Roundup Weed Killer exposure

Those most at risk of developing cancer as a result of Roundup Weed Killer exposure include farm workers, landscapers, nursery workers, and others in occupations that require frequent use of herbicides like Roundup on crops. People who use Roundup for their own home gardens and lawns are also at risk, if they have used the herbicide regularly.

Signs and Symptoms of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Common symptoms of non-Hodgkin lymphoma include:

Enlarged lymph nodes

Swollen belly

Chest pain or pressure

Shortness of breath or cough

Fever

Weight loss

Anemia

If you have experienced any of these symptoms after exposure to Roundup Weed Killer, visit your doctor immediately.

At least 15 lawsuits have been filed against Monsanto over the carcinogenic qualities of Roundup. One of those is an ongoing lawsuit between Monsanto and a former California landscaper for the County of Los Angeles. In this lawsuit, the plaintiff claims that regular occupational exposure to glyphosate caused him to develop cancer. If you are harmed by the Monsanto round up weed killer, File a Roundup Lawsuit Against Monsanto.

In another lawsuit filed by a school teacher, the plaintiff claims that she developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma after spraying her property every two weeks with Roundup for over 8 years.

If you have been exposed to Roundup Weed Killer and have developed a type of blood cancer like non-Hodgkin lymphoma within the last 10 years, you should look for the attorney that would help you out. By participating in a lawsuit, you can hold Monsanto responsible for its irresponsible actions and receive compensation for your suffering.