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German risk assessor rejects plagiarism charge in glyphosate assessment

The Bundesamt fuer Risikobewertung (BfR) has responded to accusations laid out in a report from the European Parliament's Greens/European Free Alliance group.

The German federal institute for risk assessment, the BfR, has rejected accusations of deliberate deception while defending itself against a report claiming “plagiarism and super-ordinated copy and paste” in its assessment of the herbicide, glyphosate.


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