Types of Cancer that Roundup can Cause If your cancer was caused by Roundup, the lawyers at Anidjar & Levine can help you get compensation.

The popular weedkiller Roundup has been in the news for the last few years regarding its possible risk to cause cancer. Despite the company’s insistence that Roundup is safe to use, a California jury determined it was a substantial factor in one man’s cancer. Edwin Hardeman was awarded $80 million in damages.

Imagine Edwin Hardeman’s surprise when he saw a report on TV that said exposure to Roundup could lead to the exact cancer he had been diagnosed with. After multiple rounds of chemotherapy, he finally had a possible explanation for his non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Roundup contains the herbicide glyphosate, which studies have linked to various forms of cancer.

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Overview of Roundup

When Monsanto first introduced Roundup in 1974, it was seen as an innovative herbicide that was both effective and safe for killing weeds. It allowed farmers to eliminate virtually all weeds without the need for tilling, thus reducing soil erosion. Roundup also appeared to be environmentally friendly as it broke down into natural products.

Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Currently owned by Bayer, Roundup is facing thousands of similar lawsuits across the country. Many claim the herbicide caused their non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This cancer originates in the lymphatic system, a network of nodes that allow your body to fight disease. An overproduction of white blood cells forms tumors that surround the lymph nodes and create swelling.

Symptoms of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma include:

  • Swelling lymph nodes in your neck, underarms, or groin
  • Abdominal pain or swelling
  • Chest pain, coughing, or shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Fever or night sweats
  • Weight loss

Seek medical attention if you experience any of these symptoms and think you may have non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. For a proper diagnosis, you may need imaging tests, a skin biopsy, or a bone marrow biopsy. Additionally, knowing whether your non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma began in your B cells or T cells helps to determine your treatment options.

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This is a fairly rare form of cancer, with under 200,000 new cases reported in the U.S. each year, mainly affecting children and teens. Leukemia is a cancer of the early blood-forming cells. While it often affects the white blood cells, there are many different types of leukemia, including acute lymphoblastic leukemia, acute myeloid leukemia, and chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

Patients with slow-growing types of leukemia may not display symptoms. Fast-growing leukemia may cause symptoms including:

  • Frequent infections
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Bruising easily
  • Fatigue
  • Weight loss

Treatment is vastly different depending on which variation of leukemia a patient has. Your doctor may recommend monitoring slow-growing cancer or treating fast-growing cancer with chemotherapy, radiation, or a stem-cell transplant.

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Pediatric Brain Cancer

A study published by the Environmental Health Perspectives journal found children had a significantly higher risk of developing brain cancer when a parent was exposed to herbicides. The effects of exposure could even be as far-reaching as two years before their children were born.

Symptoms of pediatric brain cancer include:

  • Feeling pressure in the head
  • Frequent or severe headaches
  • Sudden vision problems
  • Hearing problems
  • Trouble eating
  • Vomiting

The most common treatment for brain cancer in children is surgery. Your child’s surgeon may recommend removing a slow-growing brain tumor to alleviate pressure. Other treatments include radiation and chemotherapy for more aggressive forms of brain cancer.

Who is Most at Risk?

As more research pours in, it would appear that the popular herbicide Roundup increases the risk of some cancers by more than 40%. The widespread use of glyphosate in many agricultural and residential herbicides means that glyphosate is in food, water, and dust. Practically anyone could be exposed.

But who is most likely to develop cancer as a result of exposure to Roundup? People with the most exposure to glyphosate have the highest risk of developing cancer. This includes farmers, landscapers, or anyone who uses Roundup for residential use.

Legal Representation

If you were diagnosed with cancer after exposure to Roundup or glyphosate in another herbicide, you deserve to be compensated. A lawyer with our firm will take on your case and fight for justice and compensation on your behalf. You have suffered enough and should not have to worry about handling any legal work.

Some of the actions we will manage include:

  • Investigating your situation
  • Collecting evidence
  • Filing your claim and/or lawsuit
  • Making in-person appearances in court for you if necessary
  • Defending your rights

Your lawyer will work to achieve the best possible outcome for you. We will fight for the financial award that covers all your economic and non-economic damages.

Damages You May be Able to Recover

You may be entitled to various economic and non-economic damages. The damages you may recover include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Lost wages due to missing work because of your illness
  • Diminished earning capacity if you must take a lower-paying job due to your illness
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Past, current, and future medical expenses
  • Household services

There are other damages you may recover that are not listed. We will tirelessly advocate for you as we want to bring you justice and fair compensation.

Contact Us Today for Your Free Case Review

Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at (954) 525-0050 today for a free consultation with a Roundup cancer lawyer who understands the full damage caused by Roundup exposure.

You may have a limited time to take action, and you do not want to be barred from seeking compensation, so it is best to reach out for help as soon as possible and allow one of our lawyers to begin work on your case now.