Compendium summarizing independent, peer-reviewed and published research.
Pamphlet format (8x14) to download – and share!
Sources used in this compilation by L. Johnson (6/2018), email@example.com.
1. 17 Reasons to Ban Glyphosate by Nancy L. Swanson, 2013.
2. Six studies entitled Pathways to Disease I through VI by S. Seneff & A. Samsel; also lectures and slide presentations by S. Seneff, https://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff.
3. Complete graphs and 81 references: Genetically engineered crops, glyphosate and the deterioration of health in the United States of America by N. Swanson et al., A. Leu, J. Abrahamson, and B. Wallet, 2014
4. GMO/glyphosate research: (a) A. Pusztai; (b) J. Carman; (c) G. Seralini; (d) M. Antoniou; (e) M. Kruger
6. U.S. Right to Know (USRTK.org); also, Whitewash. The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer, and the Corruption of Science, by T. Gillam, 2017.
8. (a) D. Huber, former USDA and Perdue University plant pathologist (interviews and YouTube); (b) www.gmwatch.org
10. What’s Making Our Children Sick? How Industrial Food Is Causing an Epidemic of Chronic Illness, and What Parents (and Doctors) Can Do About It. Exploring the Links Between GM Foods, Glyphosate, and Gut Health, by M. Perro and V. Adams. 2017. (And see resource list, pp. 211-212)
13. (a) Ban GMOs Now: Health & Environmental Hazards, Especially in the Light of the New Genetics, by M-W Ho and E. Sirinathsinghji, 2013; (b) 10 Questions About GM Foods, by C. Robinson, M. Antoniou, and John Fagan, 2014.
14. www.TheGuardian.com/business/monsanto (Archived articles)
15. GMO Myths and Truths, by C. Robinson, M. Antoniou and J. Fagan, 2016.
Suggested ways to use the pamphlet.
1. Inform and update people about the correlations between diseases, glyphosate and GMOs.
2. Hand family, friends, and others several pamphlets and ask them to share copies.
3. Use these brief talking points:
4. Convert talk into action. Work toward a neighborhood goal of limiting or even banning the use of glyphosate.
5. Keep the action small and local. For example, focus on banning use on your block or apartment complex, hamlet or village, local park or golf course, local roadsides or highway segment.
6. Distribute pamphlets to local health and government officials, public and private educational institutions, libraries and hospitals, farmers and gardeners, etc.
7. Share on social media. Single graphs could be uploaded onto social media with links this website.