The health risk behind Argentina's soya paradise

Glyphosate, created in the 1970s by Monsanto, is the world's most widely used herbicide. Last month, the World Health Organization classed it as a "probable cause of cancer". Our team reports from Argentina, where some 30,000 doctors are calling for the product, widely used in the country’s booming soya industry, to be banned.


Programme prepared by Emerald Maxwell and Elise Duffau

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