What kind of cancer does Roundup cause?

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Roundup, also called glyphosate, is a toxic product that’s widely-used in: garden, lawn, industrial weed control, forestry, agriculture, and aquatic environments. When used or exposed to it, studies have discovered Roundup can cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

This type of cancer originates in the lymphatic system, which contains a system of nodes that allow the body to fight off disease. Roundup can also increase the risk of other types of cancer, including Leukemia and Pediatric brain cancer. 

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