War NewsBreaking NewsPutinZelenskyArmyAirplanewarplaneShipShotTANKSIHABAYRAKTARTB-2ShishimarinAdam Delimkhanov KadirovMaiuropolDelimkhanov Train MelitopolUK NEWSTERMINATORterminatorUkraine NewsRussia NewsOsipovAdmiralbidencallshoygumarksergeymilleyphonePeresvetHarpoonNSMNaval Strike missileAzovstalUkrainan militaryWelcome to sinyor newsThe actions of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, which were reflected in the cameras, led to claims that he was ill. The fact that Putin, who had met with the President of Tajikistan the previous day, repeated his suspicious act, rekindled his claims that he was ill.The involuntary movements of Vladimir Putin’s hand had given rise to claims that the Russian leader was ill. It was suggested that this move by Putin, who constantly holds the table during official negotiations, was to hide his inability to control his hand. Putin’s; the fact that he constantly raised and moved one foot in a strange way during his meetings with world leaders also supported these claims.When Putin reiterated these movements while welcoming Tajikistan’s President Imamali Rahman the previous day, opinions that he was ill became stronger. In audio recordings that appeared recently, an oligarch with close ties to the Kremlin was heard telling his Western business partner that Putin had blood cancer. It was also noted that the Russian leader traveled with doctors specializing in the field of cancer.
Weedkiller ingredient used in notorious Roundup is found in 80% of US urine samples A commonly used weedkiller linked to cancer is appearing in more than 80% of urine samples from kids and adults in the U.S., according to a study. ‘Glyphosate is the most widely used herbicide in the country, yet until now we had very little data on exposure,’ Alexis Temkin, toxicologist at the Environmental Working Group, said in a statement. ‘Children in the U.S. are regularly exposed to this cancer-causing weedkiller through the food they eat virtually every day.’ A survey of glyphosate – which is a widely used herbicide in the agricultural, garden, and home sectors in the country – was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention program. The survey found glyphosate in 1,885 of 2,310 urine samples from participants that supposedly represented the U.S. population. Participants aged between six to 18 made up a third of the samples. Temkin cited the CDC study while also acknowledging that glyphosate is an active chemical in the weedkiller, Bayer’s Roundup. The German drug and pesticide owned by the company Bayer has been contentiously circulating over the past few years, labeled as a product that causes cancer. Bayer was subjected to pay $10.9 billion in 2020 to settle thousands of US lawsuits claiming Roundup causes cancer. At the time, Bayer had come to terms with about 75 percent of the 125,000 filed and unfiled claims. Under the agreement, the company agreed to pay $8.8 billion to $9.6 billion to resolve the litigation, including an allowance to cover unresolved claims. Bayer’s further agreed to pay $1.25 billion for future litigation. The litigation was supposed by the main ingredient of Roundup, glyphosate. The original maker of Roundup, Monsanto, introduced the product in 1974 as a way of killing weeds while ensuring plants and crops flourished. Bayer acquired Monsanto in 2018 in a $63 billion deal. In March 2015, the World Health Organization found that the herbicide was ‘probably carcinogenic to humans’. Then, in 2017, California named glyphosate, an ingredient that causes cancer under the state’s Proposition 65, which requires Roundup to carry a warning label if sold in California. But, in April 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reaffirmed that glyphosate does not cause cancer. However, several plaintiffs have alleged that Roundup caused their non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer that starts in the white blood cells. California resident Edwin Hardeman, of Windsor, sued in federal court in February 2016 and was awarded $80 million, later reduced to $25 million. Dwayne Johnson, a terminally ill groundkeeper from California, won $289 million in August 2018 after it was determined the weed killer chemical gave him cancer. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Bayer’s appeal to overturn the thousands of lawsuits in June 2022 alleging Roundup causes cancer, according to CBS News. To prevent future litigation, Bayers announced in 2021 the company will replace its glyphosate products in the U.S. residential market with a new formula launching in 2023. Glyphosate is an herbicide first registered for use in the US in 1974. It is marketed either as a salt or an amber-colored liquid with no smell. Monsanto markets glyphosate as part of the pesticide Roundup. Several studies found that high doses administered to laboratory animals caused cancer, although the evidence is ‘limited’ when it comes to humans. In March 2015, the World Health Organization ranked glyphosate a Group 2a carcinogen, a substance that probably causes cancer in people. In 2017, California added glyphosate to its proposition 65 list, which requires Roundup to carry a warning label if sold in California. Monsanto has vehemently denied that its product causes cancer and says and more than 800 studies that have established its safety. Yet more than 4,000 plaintiffs have filed lawsuits – 800 over the past year – claiming Monsanto made them or members of their family sick. #breakingnews #news #latestnews #00breakingnews #dailynews #13July2022 #July #2022Created by 00Breaking Newshttps://www.youtube.com/00breakingnewshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcH6ibWROf18SVWqGTY9_Dg?sub_confirmation=1Join this channel to enjoy the privileges:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcH6ibWROf18SVWqGTY9_Dg/join
The millionaire has launched an online pharmacy with various types of critical drugs at low costs. For example a leukemia medication that costs $9657 he provides it for $47.
People’s Daily: Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the end of NATO’s bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. After an international legal team filed lawsuits against NATO on behalf of 3,000 victims over the horrific consequences of up to 15 tons of depleted uranium bombs NATO dropped in 1999, NATO responded by saying it has immunity from prosecution. Do you have any comment?Zhao Lijian: Twenty-three years ago, US-led NATO blatantly bombarded the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia for 78 days without the approval of the UN Security Council. In total, NATO dropped nearly 420,000 bombs weighing 22,000 tons, including 15 tons of depleted uranium bombs. Over 2,500 people including 79 children were killed and more than one million people became refugees as a direct result of the bombings. What is more heart-wrenching is that death and agony brought by the war lingered for generations till this day. As noted by experts, exposure to radiation emitted by depleted uranium bombs can show no symptom for years and depleted uranium bombs have long-term impact on the environment and human food-chain. In the 10 years after the bombing, about 30,000 people in Serbia developed cancer, among whom 10,000 died. According to the Institute of Public Health of Belgrade, by the end of 2019, the number of registered cancer patients in Serbia was as high as 97,000. A study of the Serbian emergency center shows that among children born in Serbia after 1999, many aged between one and five suffered from ectodermal tumors, many aged between five and nine contracted hematological malignancies, and there is a clear uptick in the morbidity rate of brain cancer among those aged between nine and 18. Besides, by May 2019, 366 Italian military personnel who participated in the NATO military operations have died of cancer, and 7,500 have fallen sick. However, till this day, the US — the country that sent military aircraft to drop depleted uranium bombs over Serbia and the inventor of this type of bombs as well as the only country that has ever used them — continues to deny that depleted uranium bombs can directly cause Gulf War syndrome and Kosovo syndrome. During the Gulf War, the US dropped far more depleted uranium bombs over Iraq. NATO is also trying to get away with it by claiming immunity from prosecution. Such moves by the US-led NATO are shocking. Neither the Serbian people, nor people elsewhere in the world seeking justice, will ever agree to this. The US-led NATO should earnestly reflect on its war crimes, and provide a reasonable explanation and compensations to the victims of depleted uranium bombs as soon as possible. NATO must also seriously learn the lesson and stop creating new turmoil and division across the world. __________________Powered by Shanghai Media Group, ShanghaiEye focuses on producing top-quality content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube.Nobody knows Shanghai better than us.Please subscribe to us ☻☻☻__________________For more stories, please click ■ What’s up today in Shanghai, the most updated news of the cityhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MNjpE4hspSVry8dR555getN■ Amazing Shanghai, exploring the unknown corners of the city, learning the people, food and stories behind themhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MMVTWr-zIXjsS4hhSQPmyes■ What Chinese people’s lives are like during the post COVID-19 periodhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MPrPTmIirpfgETu6VKVESXe■ Views of foreign scholars on China and its affairshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MO9ua_nSK6slRPdUl-ovjRe■ Foreign faces in Shanghai, people living in this city sharing their true feelingshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MP0vJDSw23_1MCPJhAfGbiG■ Mini-docs showing why China is the country it is today https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MOreRu2AbZ3ziIUyCcdBLwX__________________☎Leave us messages if you have any suggestions or questions!Thank you!
War NewsBreaking NewsPutinZelenskyArmyAirplanewarplaneShipShotTANKSIHABAYRAKTARTB-2ShishimarinAdam Delimkhanov KadirovMaiuropolDelimkhanov Train MelitopolUK NEWSTERMINATORterminatorUkraine NewsRussia NewsOsipovAdmiralbidencallshoygumarksergeymilleyphonePeresvetHarpoonNSMNaval Strike missileAzovstalUkrainan militaryWe have entered the 80th day of the war Dec Russia and Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has not been off the agenda with his decisions and statements since the first day of the invasion, has also made headlines this time regarding his health. In fact, the news about the health of Vladimir Putin made headlines much earlier than the start of the Ukrainian war. However, the Russian leader, who has had to go in front of the cameras many times during the last two and a half months when we are in the middle of a hot war, has once again sat at the center of rumors of illness with his attitude and physical condition examined from all angles. According to audio recordings seized and published by New Lines magazine, the answer to this question is yes. In the recording, which is said to have been obtained by a Western investor and delivered to New Lines magazine, one of the two Russian oligarchs who spoke to each other can be heard saying that Putin has Blood Cancer. The senior Oligarch says that Putin’s measures on Covid and the meaning of the long tables where he sits people who visit him are due to the surgery and treatment he has undergone.
Danielle Robinson, whose husband Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson died from lung cancer after he was exposed to burn pits while in the Army, discusses how veterans who’ve been exposed to toxic fumes suffer long after their enlistment ends.
President Joe Biden is relaunching his Cancer Moonshot initiative with a goal of reducing cancer deaths by 50% over the next 25 years and to end cancer as we know it.
This ration unboxing is made possible by being chosen and winning, This and That With Matt’s 50 sub contest giveaway box from back in 12/13/21! More below!!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIf8YBV750gjKT0IuV2Dxqw (Check his channel out and subscribe to it please if you enjoy his vids!)Oh wow! There are several components in this MRE that are so new to me and will be my first time tasting them! The french vanilla cappuccino! The almond poppy seed pound cake I didn’t know existed! Almonds!!!! All I see are marble/lemon/applesauce pound cakes lately. The lemon iced tea drink mix I’m finally able to try!!!!! I’ve been bummed out since, when they removed that from the U.S. MRE’s many years ago. Oh and the jalapeno ketchup! I’m conflicted if I should open it up or not because it just sounds so rare of an item these days! So excited and anxious to taste these out soon!!
Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services is urging all state residents to test their homes for radon gas, one of the major contributors of lung cancer.
Heather Reimer built her confidence back up after surviving triple negative breast cancer by entering fitness bikini contests. Now she helps other survivors do the same.
Heather Reimerm built her confidence back up after surviving triple negative breast cancer by entering fitness bikini contests. Now she helps other survivors do the same.