This study did not follow 90,000 people. It enlisted peticide applicators applyingfor use of restricted use pestsicides (RUP) which Round Up is NOT in Iowa & North Carolina It surveyed them with periodic questionnaires. This is a last phase rushed to print to hype Monsanto's wishful thinking that it's flagship carcinogen is not carcinogenic to influence European government divided on glyphosate renewal.
First of all, the study makes arithmetical errors. It claims that it had data on 60% of well protected pesticide applicators, while it actually lost the majority to follow up & only had data on a minority- 46%. What happened to the rest? Who knows? They might have died of lymphoma.
It also did not survey farmers who haven't been certified while Round Up does not require pesticide certification because it is not a restricted use pesticide.It did not survey farmers kids while pediatric rates of cancers are rising for the past few decades.
And of course, it did not survey people who are exposed to glyphosate in their air, water & food because it was restricted to those getting licensed to use RUPs in just two states- Iowa & North Carolina, rather than all of the US, never mind other countries which dont have stringent laws for application of pesticides whose farmers often wear no protective gear, as well as ordinary people exposed to Rond Up in air, water and food.
Just the usual Monsanto Propaganda Campaign we've all come to expect using the usual fraudulent journalists, science illiterate media :& industry friendly front groups feeding this junk to to them--the Science Media Center.
It is just the usual Monsanto bullshit.