Bayer loses third trial in claims that Roundup® causes cancer

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Verdicts against Monsanto and its parent company Bayer are beginning to pile up after Monsanto loses its third trial over claims that its weed killer product, Roundup®, causes cancer.

If you have been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and have a history of using Roundup®, then Bayer and Monsanto may owe you a sizeable amount of money. Monsanto’s weed killer, Roundup®, contains a chemical known as glyphosate which has been linked to a type of cancer called Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

Jury verdicts against Bayer and Monsanto have recently been rendered in California, so your case can be filed in California or in Missouri, where Monsanto is based. If you have been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and have a history of using Roundup®, we’d like to talk with you. There is no charge for an initial consultation, and we can set up a meeting with you at your convenience.

For more information, please contact Ron Parry, attorney at Strauss Troy, at rrparry@strausstroy.com or  513-629-9485.

Links: 

What you need to know about a popular weed killer’s alleged link to cancer, PBS News Hour

In latest Roundup herbicide defeat for Bayer, jury awards california couple $2 billionWall Street Journal

$2 Billion verdict against Monsanto is third to find Roundup causes cancer, New York Times

Planning to use Roundup on your lawn? Here’s what you need to know, Healthline

Some links to cancer shown in draft review of common pesticide, Bloomberg News

 

IARC Monograph on glyphosate, International Agency for Research on Cancer

Two days of Roundup use a year doubles cancer risk, expert says. Courthouse News Service