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Glyphosate-based weedkiller officially banned in Vietnam

Vietnam has officially removed all types of weedkiller based on glyphosate, an active ingredient likely to cause cancer in humans, from the list of plant protection products allowed for use in the country. Hoang Trung, head of the Plant Protection Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and ...

Contaminated groundwater poses cancer threat for tens of thousands in Saigon

Residents in Ho Chi Minh City who continue to consume groundwater face severe health problems, a new study has found. The study by the city’s Preventive Health Department, based on surveys conducted last July, found that 62 percent of groundwater samples in the city were ...

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