Last year, a panel from the World Health Organization (WHO) came to the conclusion that glyphosate, the main chemical component of Monsanto’s popular weed killer commercially known as RoundUp, was a “probable carcinogen.” Their decision was based on the mounting scientific evidence that proved the chemical caused cancer in lab animals, in addition to countless other conditions, and the reason for mounting litigation against Monsanto.

But a few days ago, a WHO panel with the United Nations published a report that appeared to conclude that there was no link between glyphosate and cancer.

Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.

Learn more about the dangers of Roundup here.