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Effects Linked To Round Up Weed Killer

Roundup is an herbicide manufactured by Monsanto that contains glyphosate, which is designed to inhibit an enzyme called EPSP synthase, something that plants need in order to grow. Without EPSP synthase, plants are unable to produce other proteins essential to growth, and they eventually wither up and die, over the course of days or weeks.

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Roundup is ranked as the second most widely used lawn and garden weed killer in the United States and is marketed as easy-to-use and effective against invasive weeds like dandelions, poison ivy, and kudzu. According to a growing body of research, however, people who work on or live near farms where Roundup is used may be at risk for serious health consequences.

If you have been exposed to Roundup, either while working on or living near a farm where the potentially dangerous herbicide is used, and you have since been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, kidney disease, heart disease or another serious illness, consult the knowledgeable product liability lawyers. 

If you believe you have been harmed by cancer or another alleged Roundup side effect, you may be entitled to reimbursement for your losses. Contact an experienced Roundup attorney today to discuss your legal options.