Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Roundup

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There is a strong connection between non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Roundup. If you know of anyone who received a cancer diagnosis after handling the Monsanto weed killer Roundup, talk to an attorney right away. Brian Chase is managing partner and trial lawyer at Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys, LLP. His firm is based in Newport Beach, California, and they handle cases nationwide. Contact attorney Brian Chase directly by calling 888-333-2350 or by submitting a contact form on this page. The consultation is free, and you owe no out of pocket attorney fees.

What are the problems with Roundup?

The main problem with Roundup is that it contains a chemical called glyphosate, which is a common pesticide and also a carcinogen. According to internal documents, Monsanto knew that this chemical was dangerous for several decades, but still used it in its products. By manipulating studies and colluding with the FDA, Monsanto was able to get away with this harmful practice. A 2017 study from the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment confirmed that glyphosate is a carcinogen. Further research in 2019 bolstered this assessment.

Is non-Hodgkin lymphoma the main type of cancer caused by Roundup?

Yes, research has shown that this is the most common type of cancer caused by Monsanto’s Roundup.

How much exposure to Roundup can lead to cancer?

It’s currently unknown how much exposure can lead to cancer. Research suggests that long term exposure carries a higher risk. Scientists are currently examining whether or not short term exposure can also cause cancer.

Was Monsanto aware of the cancerous danger it posed to people?

Yes. Chase says it’s an old story: companies knowing that it’s selling a dangerous product for several decades, and they manipulate the science so it looks safe. He says Monsanto did what tobacco companies did decades ago: do your own research, and manipulate the research so you get the results you want. In some of the cases already tried, the verdicts in favor of the victims have been enormous. These cases are making the jurors angry, which leads to results like $2 billion verdicts.

How can someone sue Monsanto?

Two elements must be in place:

  1. The development of non-Hodgkin lymphoma
  2. ANY interaction with Monsanto’s Roundup weed kill, either sparse use or long term use

If these apply to you or someone you know, then you should contact an attorney who specializes in these types of cases (i.e. product liability litigation). The attorney can gather your medical records and consult with a medical expert to find out if you have a potential case. If you received a cancer diagnosis and had any contact with Roundup, it doesn’t hurt to speak an attorney about your legal options. There’s no charge to consult with most personal injury attorneys.

What are the symptoms of non-Hodgkin lymphoma?

Some symptoms of non-Hodgkin lymphoma include:

  • Poor eating habits
  • Night sweats
  • Loss of appetite
  • Stomach pain
  • Swollen lymph nodes

Consult a doctor if you are experiencing any of those symptoms.

What else do people need to know about the connection between Roundup and non-Hodgkin lymphoma?

If you’re having health problems and you’ve had any kind of contact with Roundup, talk to an attorney. Monsanto should not be able to get away with what they’ve gotten away with. It doesn’t hurt to see what your rights are, and then make a decision from there as to what you want to do. Contact attorney Brian Chase directly by calling 888-333-2350 or by submitting a contact form on this page. The consultation is free, and you owe no out of pocket attorney fees. Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only. In some states, this video may be deemed Attorney Advertising. The choice of lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements.


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