New Study Shows GM Corn And Monsanto’s Roundup Cause Cancer

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A two-year study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology showed that rats eating genetically modified corn (NK603 maize, which is approved in the United States for human consumption) and drinking water contaminated with Roundup in levels permitted in drinking water in the United States developed large tumors at an alarming rate.

Previously, only 90-day studies and those produced by companies at the behest of and on the payroll of Monsanto have been published. This is the first independent study of rats given with Roundup-tolerant genetically modified corn.

The study found that female rats were two to three times more likely to die than rats fed non-GM corn, and they developed mammary tumors more often. Males eating the GM corn were four times as likely to develop tumors, and those tumors developed up to 600 days earlier than the control group. Males also developed liver congestions and necrosis at a rate 2.5 to 5.5 times greater than the control group. Both sexes showed kidney-related problems.

Monsanto is spending untold millions of dollars attempting quash efforts to require mandatory GM labeling on all foods. Monsanto is a stealth terrorist organization far more dangerous than al-Qaida. It is creating a future generation of cancer patients, and it’s all FDA-approved.

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