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The active ingredient in Monsanto herbicide is called “glyphosate”—a chemical that was re-classified by the World Health Organization in 2015 as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” Unfortunately, foods bred to tolerate glyphosate now make up 90% of corn, soy, and beet crops in the United States. Exposure to glyphosate is not a matter of if, but when. If you are suffering from one of the conditions linked to glyphosate and RoundUp, call the attorneys at BPB for a free case consultation. We have the resources and experience to help determine if your case may have been caused by exposure to Monsanto’s notorious and ubiquitous herbicide chemical. If you are not sure where to turn, BPB can give you legal guidance built on 150+ years of combined experience.
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What Diseases Are Linked to Glyphosate?
While there is much controversy on both sides of the argument regarding the harmful effects of Monsanto’s products, several major health groups (including the WHO) have come forward to link the ingestion of glyphosate to severe illnesses and conditions. Many of these conditions do not seem tied to diet on a surface level—if you have any of these conditions, consider turning to a toxic tort lawyer to explore your options or the possibility of fighting for compensation.
The conditions tied to glyphosate include:
- Heart disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Inflammatory bowel disease
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At BPB, your voice and your life matter. For large corporations and chemical manufacturers, your health may be a statistic, an acceptable effect of meeting profit demands. But to us, your life is not a number—your health is a very real, very tragic consequence of someone else’s negligence. That’s why we fight relentlessly to secure justice and resources for your treatment and long-term care.
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