A federal court in California has released a series of explosive documents showing that the US agro-chemical company Monsanto has asked scientists to co-sign studies that it had written on one of the active components of the controversial Roundup weed killer , glyphosate.
In an email, Monsanto suggests using literary negroes to write the conclusions of a study, and to seek the signature of recognized specialists to give it greater credibility. Monsanto was bought in September 2016 by the German chemical company Bayer for $ 66 billion.
In 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a report that Roundup, one of the most profitable products for society, contained a potentially carcinogenic component, glyphosate. The latter is a pesticide widely used in agriculture to control weeds. He is also accused of being an endocrine disruptor.
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The EPA accomplice?
In addition, Monsanto is suspected of colluding with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the environmental watchdog in the United States. In one of the published emails, there is mention of comments that would have been made by an executive of the EPA, Jess Rowland. He boasts that he “will get a medal if he can remove that”. He was apparently referring to his efforts to wipe out the scope of a Roundup study. The author of this document continues: “I doubt that the EPA and Jess can really neutralize that, but it is good to know that they will still make efforts in this direction.”
The review of these new documents raises the issue of possible collusion between this EPA official and Monsanto to minimize risks to human health through Roundup. Initially, the trial that prompted the publication of these documents was initiated by a group of several hundred people who have frequently been in contact with Roundup, and who developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a form of cancer. lymphatic system.
If these allegations are true, it would mean that a government agency has endangered the lives of millions of people for the benefit of a multinational corporation.
However, this week ECHA (the European Chemicals Agency) announced that it did not consider glyphosate to be carcinogenic. Last year, the European Commission decided to extend the authorization of glyphosate for a period of 18 months, pending the conclusions of ECHA. It therefore seems that the constraints surrounding the marketing of this product in Europe will be removed.
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