Why did the US EPA and IARC reach opposite conclusions on glyphosate’s genotoxicity?

One agency concluded glyphosate is not genotoxic, while the other concluded it is. A new peer-reviewed paper explains the reasons for the disagreement.

Childhood Leukemia, the Microbiome, and Glyphosate: A Doctor’s Perspective

Gut bacteria play a role in whether our children will develop leukemia – and there may be a link with glyphosate and GM crops, writes Michelle Perro, MD

Genetic Engineer Renounces His GMO Potatoes

Dr. Caius Rommens developed GMO potatoes that are now in the food supply. He has now renounced his products and written a book warning about the risks

We Can Turn Children’s Health Around

Children’s health is in crisis. But breakthroughs in our understanding of the importance of gut health can help reverse even serious disease, writes Michelle Perro, MD

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