Does Roundup Cause Cancer?

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Many lawsuits claim that the Roundup weed killer is linked to diagnoses of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

In this video, attorney George McLaughlin answers the question: Does Roundup cause cancer?

More than 3,000 lawsuits have claimed that Roundup weed killer has caused users to develop non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. As George McLaughlin explains in this video, most normal users of Roundup don’t know to use protective equipment when working with these kinds of chemicals. As a result, direct contact with the skin can lead to injury and illness.

Monsanto has denied that Roundup is a potential carcinogen, but the facts are not in the company’s favor.

Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Diagnosis? Roundup Could Be the Case

If you know someone who developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after handling Roundup weed killer, talk to an attorney immediately.

George McLaughlin can be contacted at 888-366-0579. There is no charge to speak to him about a potential Roundup cancer case.

Video Transcript:

Roundup is an herbicide, a weed killer that’s been on the market for decades and for many years, people didn’t understand the risks that came along with using that product.

It’s used not just industrially for industrial agriculture farmers, landscapers, greenskeepers, and golf courses, that sort of thing, but it’s widely used as a consumer product. One of the primary ingredients in Roundup is a chemical known as glyphosate. Glyphosate has recently been associated with an increase in non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a very serious form of cancer. Industrial users, they know how to protect themselves. They can wear the rubber gloves, the respirators, the long sleeves, protective clothing, but people that used it just because they wanted to kill the dandelions in their yard, they didn’t know to use that kind of equipment and they would be spraying this stuff around their yard, breathing in the the spray itself, getting it on their feet, their legs, because they were in shorts and wearing flip flops, and glyphosate can be absorbed through the skin. It isn’t just an inhalation exposure.

People who have, either themselves become a victim of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or a member of their family or a loved one has or even has died from the disease, they should talk to an attorney because if they have an exposure to glyphosate, they have an exposure to Roundup, they very well may have a claim.

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