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Pets, GMOs and Pesticides

Discussion in 'Nutrition News and Articles' started by strykerdobe, Oct 11, 2019.

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    Pets, GMOs and Pesticides

    The Institute for Responsible Technology
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    Canine CANCER is on the rise. An estimated 1 out of 2 mature dogs will contract this horrible disease. We are investigating glyphosate's possible link and correlation to Canine Lymphoma. BUT...


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    We need to take the next preliminary step: determine if glyphosate is present in the urine of dogs diagnosed with lymphoma. We are looking to test dogs 70 lbs +, 8 years of age or older, and diagnosed with lymphoma by your vet. We will cover all costs of this new study.

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