March 19th, 2019:Jurors unanimously determined that Edwin Hardeman, a 70-year old Sonoma County man, developed non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma as a result of his exposure to the herbicide glyphosate commonly marketed as Roundup. Hardeman testified that he sprayed Roundup on his 56-acre property in Santa Rosa, CA, between 1986-2012, in order to control poison oak and weeds. In 2015, he was diagnosed with stage 3 NHL at the age of 66, and has undergone conventional treatment.
This is the second such verdict against Monsanto-Bayer within the past five months,following the initial victory of Dwayne “Lee” Johnson who was awarded 78.5 millions last October; neither verdict, including 1,600 other pending cases in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, bodes well for Bayer’s hemorrhaging stock value.
Add the dots up!Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, found in muscles, joints, bones, blood vessels, tendons and ligaments.
Simply described by Dr. Seneff:Collagen folds into a beautiful triple-helix structure that gives it its strength, flexibilityand ability to hold water. Large parts of the molecule have a GxyGxyGxyGxy pattern, where every third amino acid is a glycine residue. These glycines are what hold the triple helix in place. When they are substituted with glyphosate, it disrupts the folding of the collagen, and therefore disrupts the physical properties of bones and joints,causing a much higher susceptibility to injury damage.
"It's the track surface, because of the rainy weather" ... efforts to alert the thoroughbred industry to the perils of the glyphosate that is now coursing through horses' bodies as a result of lying in straw, eating oats and hay that is either GMO or desiccated (dried) with glyphosate prior to harvest ... these efforts are not welcome: