People who use Roundup herbicide frequently as a part of their job requirements are at a higher risk of developing cancer.
The greater your exposure to Roundup, the higher the risk of developing lymphoma cancer. Everyone in the United States may be exposed to Roundup several times a year, but there are certain groups of people that are at a greater risk of Roundup exposure.
These people use frequently Roundup herbicide:
In 2019, a study that was conducted by the University of Washington attested that Americans who have routinely used Roundup weed killer have a 41% increased risk of developing non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma than people who were not exposed regularly.
If you were often exposed to Roundup, it is very likely that glyphosate (a Roundup ingredient) is the cause of your cancer. Moreover, though the chronic use of Roundup seems to have the most dangerous effects, it may also affect homeowners with small lawns. Please get in touch with the Atraxia Law team of professionals if you or a family member developed lymphoma after exposure to Roundup weed killer to obtain the rightful compensation.