Monsanto Roundup Cancer

Monsanto Roundup Cancer Danger

World Health Organization Classifies Roundup Weed Killer as Probable Carcinogen

Roundup is the popular weed killer made by the chemical giant Monsanto. Roundup can be found in tens of millions of American garages, landscaping trucks and farms, in use in both public and private spaces. Monsanto has marketed Roundup as safe, but the week killer has now been banned in numerous countries around the globe after the World Health Organization classified Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides as a "probable carcinogen."

Drawing further attention to the safety of Roundup, investigations by the FDA and the Department of Justice over the history of the product have revealed that Monsanto was complicity in falsifying safety testing results for Roundup. The World Health Organization's International Research on Cancer has warned that exposure to Roundup increases the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma and leukemia.

Roundup has been one of Monsanto's best-selling products. It is not only a stand-alone herbicide for home and commercial use, but also a companion product to Monsanto's engineered agricultural seeds labeled as "Roundup Ready" crops. Monsanto continues to claim that Roundup does not causes cancer, despite an abundance of research and numerous warnings from the medical community.

Roundup Cancer Danger

The data produced demonstrated persons who were exposed to Roundup had higher rates of certain cancers than the general population. The cancers linked to Roundup exposure are non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma and leukemia. Most of Europe and South America have now banned Roundup, but the only regulation the product has faced since the World Health Organization classified it as a probably carcinogen is by the State of New York, where it is still sold and in use, but may no longer be advertised as a "safe" product.

Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

Onder Law, the law firm behind RxWatch that recently won the $72 million baby powder ovarian cancer verdict against Johnson & Johnson, is offering a free, no-obligation, confidential consultation to anyone who has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma or leukemia after exposure to Roundup

No Fees Unless We Collect for You - Contingency Representation for Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

Onder Law will represent all persons involved in Roundup cancer lawsuit on a contingency basis, meaning there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free no-obligation consultation please complete the brief online contact form or call us at 1-800-799-2824 and one of our attorneys handling national* Roundup cancer lawsuits will contact you to answer any of your questions. Roundup cancer lawsuits are NOT class action lawsuits. Pharmaceutical lawsuits generally become Multi-District Litigations that are consolidated in the federal court system, but where plaintiffs receive compensation individually based upon the extent of the damage caused.

Roundup Lawsuit FAQ

Who qualifies to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit?

Persons and the family members of persons who have been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma, multiple myeloma or leukemia may have legal grounds to file a lawsuit against the maker Roundup.

When did researchers first learn about the risk of cancer after Roundup exposure?

The World Health Organization issued its Roundup cancer warning in 2015, but the data that led to that warning was based upon multiple large scale safety studies conducted throughout the world.

What is the fee to have my case reviewed?

Our attorneys will always listen to your situation and give their analysis of your case absolutely free of charge.

How much will it cost to file a Roundup cancer lawsuit?

Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, meaning there is no charge unless we win compensation on your behalf.

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