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Glyphosate exposure raises risk of developing rare cancer by 41%, US study claims

The University of Washington has added fuel to the fire of the glyphosate safety debate by publishing a study finding that the herbicide could increase the risk of getting a rare cancer by 41%.

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A study published by the University of Washington has concluded that people with the highest exposure to glyphosate could be at greater risk of getting a rare cancer.

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