Our Right to Health

SUBHEAD: For our island and our children all use of Glyphosate should be replaced with alternatives.

By Diana Labetz on 17 July 2005 in Island Breath -

Image above: Young woman hardly protected spraying Glyphosate on crops. From (http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/05/28/angry-mothers-meet-with-epa-over-concerns-with-roundup-herbicide/).

For the sake of our island and our children all spraying of Glyphosate should be immediately replaced with eco friendly alternatives. Evidence is mounting that Glyphosate is extremely toxic.  twenty-one countries (and counting) are joining to ban Roundup.

Glyphosate is very toxic though multiple mechanisms including cancer, birth defects in combination with other chemicals, changing of the gut bacteria, endocrine disruption and metabolic abnormalities.

Furthermore it is being shown that Glyphosate has widely contaminated the human population.  Dr. Seneff from MIT, Dr Carman with Risk Assessment and Bio Safety at the United Nations, and Dr. Lorrin Pang will be bringing vital safety  information to our communities. 

Three evenings with experts discussing and sharing vital safety information.

Tuesday July 28, Waimea, 6:30pm
Waimea Canyon Middle School Cafeteria

Wednesday July 29, North Shore 7:00pm
Church of the Pacific
Thursday July 30, Lihue 7:00pm
Kauai Community Performing Arts Center

Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT. Dr. Seneff is currently researching environmental and nutrient effects to our bodies health, has published over 200 articles in technical journals. 

Dr. Judy Carman has an Honors Degree in Organic Chemistry, PhD in Medicine and Master of Public Health. Serves on Ad Hoc Technical Expert Group on Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Living Modified Organisms under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety of the United Nations.

Dr. Lorrin Pang, Director of Health for Maui County, Infectious Disease Specialist for the World Health Organization and Consultant of Efficacy Studies at Smith Kline Klaxo

For more information about speakers see:
Dr.  Judy Carman's website at (gmojudycarman.org)
Dr. Stephanie Seneff's website at (people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/)
Dr. Lorrin Pang video below:

Video above: Dr. Lorrin Pang, M.D. - Concerns about GMO foods. From (https://youtu.be/_18QTKR0h5E).

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