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The health risk behind Argentina's soya paradise

By: Julien FERRAT | Mathilde GUILLAUME
1 min

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.

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Programme prepared by Emerald Maxwell and Elise Duffau

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