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Get glyphosate out of feeding tube liquid!

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Get glyphosate out of feeding tube liquid!

To be delivered to Hospital Directors Around The World

Petition Statement

Moms Across America implore hospital directors around the world to get glyphosate out of the feeding tube liquid given to our critically ill children.
We have tested pediatric feeding tube liquid given to children in hospitals with cancer, trauma and complex long term conditions and have found it to contain alarming levels of glyphosate, the active chemical ingredient in Monsanto's flagship herbicide, RoundUp.
The levels ranged from 800-1110X higher than has been shown to destroy gut bacteria in chicken's in Carrusoco's study. We know that the gut bacteria is where 70% of the immune system lies. To compromise the gut bacteria at a time of critical care of our children is unconscionable.
There are currently 2,109 signatures. NEW goal - We need 3,000 signatures!

Petition Background

1 out of 2 of our children in America currently have a chronic illness. 1 out of two males and 1 out of 3 femals are expected to get cancer. When they do, we can see now that in many cases, they are receiving a formua that contains a chemical that can kill their gut bacteria and weaken their immune system. This is unacceptable.
We ask you to change your feeding tube liquid over to an organic brand as soon as possible. Please let us know when you do.

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