The human cost: Pablo E. Piovano

In 1996, the Argentinian government approved the cultivation of transgenic soybeans and the use of glyphosate herbicide spray, only relying on studies from the Monsanto Company. With nearly two decades of glyphosate spraying directly or indirectly affecting one third of the country’s population, Argentina has become a field study in toxic disaster with hundreds of scientific studies and medical surveys confirming the herbicide’s lethal impact. Respiratory and skin disorders, mental disabilities, and spontaneous abortions are just a few of the documented health effects on those living directly in the spray’s path

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In 1996, the Argentinian government approved the cultivation of transgenic soybeans and the use of glyphosate herbicide spray, only relying on studies from the Monsanto Company. With nearly two decades of glyphosate spraying directly or indirectly affecting one third of the country’s population, Argentina has become a field study in toxic disaster with hundreds of scientific studies and medical surveys confirming the herbicide’s lethal impact. Respiratory and skin disorders, mental disabilities, and spontaneous abortions are just a few of the documented health effects on those living directly in the spray’s path

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