EPA scientist warns that glyphosate (RoundUp) herbicide strips minerals out of food, leaving the body deficient in Zinc and Magnesium

Sunday, March 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
NaturalNews.com
Sunday, March 19, 2017

now-deceased career scientist for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wrote a letter to a colleague that the chemical compound glyphosate, the principle ingredient in Montanto’s “Roundup” herbicide, is far more dangerous than even her own former agency is willing to admit.

The scientist, Dr. Marion Copley, D.M.V., who died from cancer, worked for the EPA for three decades until her illness made it impossible for her to continue. In a letter to EPA colleague and Monsanto “mole” Jess Rowland in 2013, two years before a public debate over the carcinogenic effects of glyphosate began, Copley – a senior toxicologist at the EPA’s Health Effects Division – voiced major concerns about how Rowland and the EPA were dealing with the compound.

“Since I left the Agency with cancer, I have studied the tumor process extensively and I have some mechanism comments which may be very valuable to CARC based on my decades of pathology experience. I’ll pick one chemical to demonstrate my points,” she wrote. (RELATED: Heartbreaking letter from dying EPA scientist begs Monsanto “moles” inside the agency to stop lying about dangers of RoundUp (glyphosate.)

“Glyphosate was originally designed as a chelating agent and I strongly believe that is the identical process involved in its tumor formation, which is highly supported by the literature.”

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2 Responses to “EPA scientist warns that glyphosate (RoundUp) herbicide strips minerals out of food, leaving the body deficient in Zinc and Magnesium”

  1. Tinalouise Smith

    I worked BRIEFLY for the New Mexico Dept of Health. The division tested all water wells in the state and it was shown that 97% of all the wells were contaminated with gyphosate. I was assured that there was no problem as the substance was known to be harmless to humans. Since that I have wondered how it was possible that virtually the agricultural applications of glyphosate had polluted ALL the water, both public and private wells. I still puzzle over that, since much of the land in New Mexico is very arid and does not produce crops that require glyphosate for harvesting. That was just my musing. Yesterday I listened to a description of contemporary wheat harvesting. The plats are drenched with glyphosatee to complete the drying process necessary t prevent the destructi9n of combine blades due to the toughness of the plants before complete drying.

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  2. Thanks, Tinalouise!!

    Paul

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