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    Glyphosate: The World's Most Controversial Herbicide

    Dr. Jason Ferrell from the University of Florida
    12 September 2018

    • Bio Dr. Jason Ferrell from the University of Florida

      Glyphosate is currently the world's most commonly used herbicide and has been lauded for decades for its utility and environmental safety. However, in recent years this molecule has come under fire as an increasing number of reports have indicated that glyphosate is responsible for many health concerns in general, and cancer in particular. Many scientists and government agencies have differing views on the topic. In this presentation we will discuss this issue by looking into the data to get a better understanding of the confusion that surrounds glyphosate.

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