A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens.
A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens. Marco Ugarte The Associated Press
A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens. Marco Ugarte The Associated Press

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