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I Am Diagnosed with Cancer Other than NHL after Using Roundup, Can I Still File a Claim?

Although Roundup was linked with different types of cancer, more research must be conducted and currently at ELG, we are not pursuing claims for any other type of cancer that is associated with Roundup exposure.

answered by Michael Bartlett

Research linked glyphosate-herbicides with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Roundup exposure is most commonly associated with Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) cancer. Though Roundup has been linked to several cancers including brain cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, and blood cancer, the most thoroughly researched is the one between glyphosate and NHL. Most of the cancer risks are due to glyphosate’s negative impact as a xenobiotic, however, more research must be conducted in order to associate Roundup with other types of cancer.

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