Two Juries Concluded that Roundup Contributes to Cancer.
One Roundup User Was Awarded $80M. Isn’t It Time for You to Join This Lawsuit?
# Roundup Lawsuit
Tens of thousands stricken with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Tens of thousands of agricultural workers and residential gardeners have found themselves inexplicably stricken with non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL). Residing all over the country, these men and women of varying ages have little in common: except for their exposure to the popular weed killer Roundup.
Over 11,000 men and women who used Roundup consistently before developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma have already joined a lawsuit against Bayer, the owner of Roundup’s manufacturer, Monsanto.
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Risks.
The American Cancer Society lists exposure to certain chemicals like herbicides as a potential risk factor for developing non-Hodgkin lymphoma. People who used Roundup on a consistent basis, whether commercially or residentially, are at most risk for developing NHL. If you used Roundup and have a diagnosis of NHL, please contact us to learn more about your legal options.
A Probable Carcinogen Made More Lethal By A Potential Cover-Up?
The herbicide Glyphosate, Roundup’s key ingredient, was deemed a PROBABLE human carcinogen by the World Health Organization in 2015. Glyphosate is currently the biggest seller of all herbicides, approaching $5 billion in annual sales. Its use has skyrocketed since the development of genetically modified crops that are resistant to glyphosate.
Although some studies point to Glyphosate’s safety, there is clear evidence that Monsanto used its money and power to influence the outcome of studies that could have a negative bearing on sales. As found in Monsanto’s internal emails, a company executive bragged that an EPA official, upon offering to help quash another agency’s review of glyphosate, said “If I can kill this I should get a medal.”
You should not be alone in your fight for your life.