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Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?



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"How did I get lymphoma?” Are there environmental causes? Our 50-page research meta-analysis shows the links between pesticides and lymphoma.

The report: 79 scientific studies linking lymphoma to pesticides, including weed killers and agricultural chemicals.

Learn: What causes cancer? What do the research studies show? Is there hidden bias? What is in your drinking water? Do you really need a “perfect” lawn? 12 common ways you are exposed to pesticides in daily life. 10 easy steps to minimize your exposure. Do dogs get lymphoma from lawn chemicals?


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At one time, Lymphoma was a rare cancer. Now it is so common that the National Cancer Institute has called lymphoma an “epidemic.” Why has this happened?

Our Foundation wanted to find the answer. We worked with the foremost researchers in the United States who are experts on the environmental causes of lymphoma. We evaluated the scientific research on pesticides and lymphoma, and published a peer reviewed report, Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?

No one had previously done a meta-analysis of all the studies together (a meta-analysis is a rigorous, evidence-based examination). In our research report we present 79 of the most widely recognized and accepted research studies on the link between pesticides and lymphoma.

We found that there is a consensus in the scientific community that pesticides -- particularly weed killers -- are linked to nonhodgkin lymphoma.

We hope that our research report Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma? will help inform you about the environmental causes of cancer. Your feedback and comments are always welcome.

12 additional medical studies on lymphoma and pesticides

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Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?



Read the full report

"How did I get lymphoma?” Are there environmental causes? Our 50-page research meta-analysis shows the links between pesticides and lymphoma.

The report: 79 scientific studies linking lymphoma to pesticides, including weed killers and agricultural chemicals.

Learn: What causes cancer? What do the research studies show? Is there hidden bias? What is in your drinking water? Do you really need a “perfect” lawn? 12 common ways you are exposed to pesticides in daily life. 10 easy steps to minimize your exposure. Do dogs get lymphoma from lawn chemicals?


A message from our president

At one time, Lymphoma was a rare cancer. Now it is so common that the National Cancer Institute has called lymphoma an “epidemic.” Why has this happened?

Our Foundation wanted to find the answer. We worked with the foremost researchers in the United States who are experts on the environmental causes of lymphoma. We evaluated the scientific research on pesticides and lymphoma, and published a peer reviewed report, Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?

No one had previously done a meta-analysis of all the studies together (a meta-analysis is a rigorous, evidence-based examination). In our research report we present 79 of the most widely recognized and accepted research studies on the link between pesticides and lymphoma.

We found that there is a consensus in the scientific community that pesticides -- particularly weed killers -- are linked to nonhodgkin lymphoma.

We hope that our research report Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma? will help inform you about the environmental causes of cancer. Your feedback and comments are always welcome.

12 additional medical studies on lymphoma and pesticides

CONTACT US

©2017 Lymphoma Foundation of America. LymphomoHelp® All rights reserved.
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your family
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You can help

Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?


Read the full report

"How did I get lymphoma?” Are there environmental causes? Our 50-page research meta-analysis shows the links between pesticides and lymphoma.

The report: 79 scientific studies linking lymphoma to pesticides, including weed killers and agricultural chemicals.


Learn: What causes cancer? What do the research studies show? Is there hidden bias? What is in your drinking water? Do you really need a “perfect” lawn? 12 common ways you are exposed to pesticides in daily life. 10 easy steps to minimize your exposure. Do dogs get lymphoma from lawn chemicals?

A message from our president

At one time, Lymphoma was a rare cancer. Now it is so common that the National Cancer Institute has called lymphoma an “epidemic.” Why has this happened?

Our Foundation wanted to find the answer. We worked with the foremost researchers in the United States who are experts on the environmental causes of lymphoma. We evaluated the scientific research on pesticides and lymphoma, and published a peer reviewed report, Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma?

No one had previously done a meta-analysis of all the studies together (a meta-analysis is a rigorous, evidence-based examination). In our research report we present 79 of the most widely recognized and accepted research studies on the link between pesticides and lymphoma.

We found that there is a consensus in the scientific community that pesticides -- particularly weed killers -- are linked to nonhodgkin lymphoma.

We hope that our research report Do Pesticides Cause Lymphoma? will help inform you about the environmental causes of cancer. Your feedback and comments are always welcome.