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Important Settlement Update

Monsanto’s parent company, Bayer, has agreed to a $10 billion settlement to resolve more than 95,000 lawsuits which allege that its weed killer, Roundup, causes cancer. 

You have a limited time to file a claim, so don’t wait!

Deceptive Conduct Put Millions At Risk

Did you know that Monsanto knew about the carcinogenic effects of its product but chose not to recall it or change the formula? That’s right! They continued making billions of dollars in profit while putting millions of consumers at risk. It’s time to hold mega-corporations like Monsanto and Bayer responsible for marketing and selling an unsafe product.

The active ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, which has been classified as cancer-causing by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a division of the World Health Organization. Until recently, there were conflicting claims about the link between Roundup and cancer diagnoses.

However, recent Roundup trial cases have brought to light the manipulative manner in which Monsanto hid dangers from the public. Evidence obtained through trial discovery details internal emails in which Monsanto personnel express concern over the toxicity with its herbicides and the voluntary failure to conduct carcinogenicity testing of its formulations. Additionally, company scientists discuss ghostwriting scientific literature.

Evidence also uncovered Monsanto’s cultivation of friendly officials within the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for backing, and secret payments made to groups like the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) in order to promote the safety of Monsanto’s herbicides.”