What data will the Ramazzini Institute global study on glyphosate provide?

This Study will be performed by scientists who are independent, at an institute that are trusted by the public. Data from the study will include:

  • Full clear long-term data on the toxicity of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the carcinogenicity of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the multi-generational effects of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the neurotoxicology effects of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the endocrine disrupting effects of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the prenatal developmental toxicity effects of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures
  • Full clear long-term data on the effects of glyphosate and a glyphosate-based herbicide at real-life exposures on the microbiome

The Ramazzini Institute will supply valuable data of unprecedented power to enable regulators, governments and the general public of every country to answer the question: Are glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides safe at real-world levels of exposure?

The Ramazzini Institute has already started (in May 2016) a preliminary study on glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides, funded by 27,000 members of the public in Italy.