Preliminary EPA documents say glyphosate does not cause cancer

EPA said it has not completed its cancer review and plans to complete review by end of 2016.

On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency inadvertently posted preliminary glyphosate documents to its docket showing that glyphosate is “not likely to be carcinogenic to humans.” However, a spokesman for the agency said the documents have now been taken down because EPA’s assessment is not final.

“EPA has not completed our cancer review. We will look at the work of other governments as well as work by (the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services' 'Agricultural Health S

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