By Nick Meyer
Research Scientist Dr. Anthony Samsel has a long history of studying the damaging effects of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, on the human body.
He’s previously worked with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who released the dire warning that as many as half of all U.S. children could be autistic by 2025 (in large part due to glyphosate exposure), and has linked the chemical to serious health problems originating in the gut bacteria.
Recently, Samsel’s work led him to a place few have ever gone before: inside the pages of files containing safety tests on glyphosate that had been sealed away since 1981 as a “Trade Secret” by the request of the Monsanto Company.
Dr. Samsel was able to get the EPA to finally unseal these secret files, which contain information the public was never meant to see (at least according to Monsanto).
And while Samsel is legally not allowed to show anyone else the files, he is allowed to share his thoughts on them, as well as information that could implicate the company in a cancer cover-up of epic proportions.
A Disturbing Pattern of Cancer, Long Before the WHO Knew
Recently the World Health Organization weighed in on the safety of glyphosate, calling it a “probable human carcinogen” in a study that made world headlines, and added up to a PR nightmare for Monsanto.
But according to the files obtained by Samsel, these effects, and perhaps ever worse effects in general, were known by Monsanto decades ago.
In the bombshell video, Samsel is interviewed by journalist Tony Mitra about what he found — shocking evidence that showed “significant incidences of cell tumors of the tests and tumor growth in multiple organs and tissues” in lab animals, for starters.
Other disturbing findings within these secret files include evidence that glyphosate enters bone marrow almost immediately, which prevents the formation of new cells in living organisms.
In fact, in every single instance, Samsel noticed a higher incidence of adenomas (benign tumors) and carcinomas (cancerous tumors that begin in outer tissues).
In other words according to Samsel, Monsanto knew that glyphosate caused cancer 35 years ago according to these files, and the truth is just now coming out.
In in the interview (just under 20 minutes) with Mitra, Samsel discusses his findings, and makes the case for why Monsanto’s Roundup should not be merely considered a “probable” carcinogen, but an “unequivocal” carcinogen.
Samsel is legally bound not to show the documents to anyone, but he is allowed to say how he feels about them.