The theory of RoundUp cancer is not new. But according to recent investigations, RoundUp raises the risk of getting cancer. A popular weed killer in the country is called RoundUp. Additionally, non-Hodgkin lymphoma development has been connected to the use of RoundUp for commercial purposes.
CHEMICALS IN ROUNDUP
It has been possible to buy RoundUp since the 1970s. Glyphosate is the main active ingredient in the weed killer. Over 100 million pounds of glyphosate are reportedly used annually by people, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Each year, businesses and individuals apply this chemical on lawns and crops. Large doses of glyphosate are known to cause cancer. RoundUp’s commercial use is more likely to result in cancer. Increasing exposure also raises the danger. Smaller amounts of personal residential use are rare but not impossible to cause cancer. However, other researchers think that any exposure raises hazards to your long-term health.
Over ten thousand lawsuits have been brought against RoundUp in the recent years. Many people think that the cases support the idea that it directly contributes to the spread of cancer. The risk of cancer is highest among commercial employees, farmers, landscapers, and groundskeepers. Their increased risk of cancer results from frequent exposure to the harmful weed killer.
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