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Carey Gillam: I’m a journalist. Monsanto built a step-by-step strategy to destroy my reputation

When I recently received close to 50 pages of internal Monsanto communications about the company's plans to target me and my reputation, I was shocked.


Living on Earth: Billion dollar losses related to Roundup

Pharmaceutical and chemical giant Bayer has shed some $20 Billion in market value in the weeks after a California court ordered it to pay $289 million in damages to plaintiff Dewayne Lee Johnson related to the herbicide Roundup made by Bayer-owned Monsanto.


Essay: Monsanto’s ghostwriting and strong-arming threaten sound science—and society

While passing a placard of contemporary protest buttons in New York's Greenwich Village, my attention was drawn to one that read "Science is Peer Reviewed, Not Politician Approved."

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