What will it take to get Roundup banned? Your help!
Last week’s verdict in the Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto case is a huge step in the right direction. And, we hope, it’s the first of hundreds if not thousands of “guilty” verdicts to rain down on Monsanto.
But there’s still a missing link in the strategy to permanently ban Roundup, everywhere: We need a comprehensive, definitive study, unlike any that has yet been conducted.
Fortunately, that study is underway. And the citizens of the world are being asked to fund it.
As we recently reported, a new pilot study, published in the prestigious scientific journal Environmental Health, suggests that the maximum residue limits (MRLs) for glyphosate, set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as “safe” aren’t safe at all—especially for kids.
The Ramazzini Institute, which collaborated with the University of Bologna, the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, the George Washington University and the Cancer Institute of Genoa on the pilot study, is gearing up for the next phase—a full-blown study that, depending on results, could be used to convince regulators all over the world to ban Roundup.
There’s a reason this type of study hasn’t yet been done—it’s costly. That’s why the Ramazzini Institute has turned to the citizens of the world for help.
OCA has set a goal of raising $25,000 from U.S. consumers to help fund the most important study ever on Monsanto’s Roundup. Please make a generous donation today to this campaign. Thank you!