Glyphosate Causes Cancer: EPA “Trade Secret” Sealed

Health Impact News

2015-05-29 12:28:01-04

Dr. Anthony Samsel was recently interviewed by Tony Mitra, where he discussed certain documents he has in his position from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allegedly show Monsanto knew about research connecting glyphosate to cancer since the 1970s. Dr. Samsel states that the documents he received from the EPA are "trade secret" documents belonging to Monsanto. These documents allegedly are safety studies about glyphosate from the late 1970s to the early 1980s, and others beyond those dates. Monsanto allegedly asked the EPA to seal these documents as "trade secrets" so no one else could review the data from these studies. Dr. Samsel stated that he is still sifting through all the data from these sealed documents, and that he is about to write a paper on glyphosate and cancer. He states that these "trade secret" documents are documents that Monsanto had the EPA seal so that nobody could revisit the data. According to Samsel, these documents show: "unequivocally, that glyphosate causes cancer. Should it be on the market? No. Should it be in our food? No." He states that taking glyphosate off the market will not necessarily solve the problem if they substitute it with another herbicide. "No herbicide belongs in our food. Whether it is 2,4-D, Dicamba, Glufosinate.... there should be no herbicides in our food because it disrupts our bacterial homeostasis, and it disrupts our immune system. When we disrupt our bacteria and the microbiota within us, disease ensues. Disease begins with the destruction of our microbiome."

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3 Replies

  • "Disease begins with the destruction of our microbiome."

    this may be an exaggeration .

    but it is true if the microbiome is disturbed many diseases can ensue.


  • lactobacillus and bifidia bacterium are available in capsules from medical shop.

    while on journey i take them to get rid of travelers' diarrhea.

    some people think curd is a substitute for bacillus.

    this is only partially true,

    because the most of lacto bacillus die due to the acidity of stomach.

    so they developed the so called sporogens.they can cross duodenum successfully.

    we purchase the sporogens rather.

    and the funniest thing

    you know is

    that when you purchase lactobacillus we get

    Bacillus coagulans . neither the scientific people nor the manufactures have any sense of shame!!

    you can correct me.

    good luck

  • Monsanto and GMO is next big evil.

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