RoundUp weed killer may pose danger

Every year over 200 million pounds of herbicide Round Up is sprayed on crops across the United States. Beasley Allen’s John Tomlinson discusses the dangers of Monsanto’s Round Up, the most popular weed killer in the country. The company’s cash cow product has been linked to cancer, particularly non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and evidence suggests the company has actively tried to conceal its dangers. John and show host Gibson Vance explain the history of Round Up and how misleading Monsanto’s claims about the herbicide truly are.


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