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How Bayer Made the Worst Deal in History

Bayer acquired Monsanto in 2018 for $63 billion, a purchase Bayer CEO Werner Baumann said would further their goal of creating a leading agriculture company.1 Bayer is now the largest seed and pesticide company in the world, thus ensuring that the projected 1.7 million new cancer cases this year will come true. But it might not stay that way for long, as lawsuits mount against the chemical giant over Roundup herbicide’s cancer link.

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Bayer, Dow, L’Oreal, Merck Using Potentially Harmful Chemicals illegally

The mostly passivist population constantly wonder how did they get cancer in the first place when they’ve been doing everything they can to protect themselves from such dreaded condition using the readily accessible “sterilized” tampons, cotton balls, gauze, toiletries, rubbing alcohol, etc. Continue reading Bayer, Dow, L’Oreal, Merck Using Potentially Harmful Chemicals illegally

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The “Monsanto Papers” Shed More Light on Carcinogenic Roundup

At least one mainstream medium in Australia is publishing a documentary about the undeniable ill effects of using Monsanto’s primary product, Roundup, in farming. This documentary is based, among others, in the published IARC report in 2015 declaring glyphosate as carcinogenic, and the Australian Cancer Council’s take on Monsanto’s Roundup. Better late than never. Continue reading The “Monsanto Papers” Shed More Light on Carcinogenic Roundup