Stacy Malkan on the steady attacks on IARC for its calling glyphosate a “possible carcinogen”.
“One key weapon in industry’s arsenal has been the reporting of Kate Kelland, a veteran Reuters reporter based in London.
With two industry-fed scoops and a special report, reinforced by her regular beat reporting, Kelland has aimed a torrent of critical reporting at the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), portraying the group and its scientists as out of touch and unethical, and leveling accusations about conflicts of interest and suppressed information in their decision-making.”
Original article posted here:
Reuters vs. UN Cancer Agency: Are Corporate Ties Influencing Science Coverage?