Far too many of our children are being diagnosed with leukemia. What’s going on? A recent study has pointed a finger at glyphosate, a widely used herbicide in both agricultural and landscaping practices. Childhood leukemia and central nervous system cancers have been on the rise since 2003, with a yearly increase of about 1%, and some scientists suggest that glyphosate may be a key contributor to this unsettling trend.
The study, which involved a comprehensive analysis of 240,000 participants globally between 2003 and 2019, raises concerns about the pervasive presence of glyphosate in our daily lives, emphasizing the need for further investigation into its potential health risks.