IARC’s Cancer Classifications Ignored

acshlogo“Meat, Coffee – Why Only Activists Pay Attention To IARC Claims,” By Hank Campbell. IARC_logo_trans_outline_lg
If you were laughing at the notion that sausage is just as carcinogenic as cigarettes last week, you are not alone – the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) is scrambling to repair the damage to what’s left of the credibility of its International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) after its latest paper about processed meat. But that report is actually no worse than any of their others. While activists had jumped on claims about glyphosate and diesel emissions and 400 other things declared to be carcinogens, they would be wise to give this latest monograph a wide berth. Read more.

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