During a discussion of the safety of the popular herbicide glyphosate - a key ingredient in the weed killer Roundup, The Doctors also address possible ways to limit exposure to pesticides and other chemicals in your food.
Drs. Exclusive: Glyphosate Lawsuit Claims Cancer Link
Attorney Brent Wisner, who represents scores of alleged victims and Jeffrey Smith, author of “Seeds of Deception,” join The Doctors to discuss the controversial crop chemical glyphosate, which is found in the herbicide Roundup.
Attorney Brent Wisner says that Monsanto did a study in 1999 and that the study suggested that Roundup may cause cancer. Wisner claims Monsanto buried this study.
Glyphosate is the world’s most used herbicide. Teri joins The Doctors to share about her husband Jack, an avocado farmer, who died of cancer that she claims was caused by Roundup, an herbicide containing glyphosate.
In 2015 it was estimated that nearly one in six deaths was related to pollution in some form – air, water, soil, chemical, or occupational pollution. How can you protect yourself?
Could the foods you eat or the weed killer you use give you cancer?
The Doctors continue the debate about the safety of the popular herbicide glyphosate, which is a key ingredient in the popular weed killer Roundup.
Oncologist Dr. Joseph Tuscano joins the conversation about glyphosate and its potential link to cancer. Attorney Brent Wisner shares some of the emails he says he uncovered in his lawsuit.
The Doctors discuss government regulation of the products we use and whether scientific studies we depend on are reputable or not?
No irrefutable link between glyphosate and cancer has been proven, does that mean it’s safe to use? The Doctors guests discuss what to do until more conclusive tests can be done.