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Parkinson's Patients

Were you exposed to Paraquat/ Gramoxone? If so, you could be entitled to SIGNIFICANT Compensation

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Farm and Agricultural workers who developed Parkinson's Disease after mixing, spraying, or being exposed to Paraquat may qualify for
SIGNIFICANT compensation!

Studies tie Paraquat herbicide exposure to Parkinson's Disease, a disabling neurodegenerative disorder.

Paraquat makers refused to disclose the risk of Parkinson's Disease on its label, putting commercial farm workers and licensed agricultural users at serious risk.



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The Paraquat/Gramoxone & Parkinson’s Connection

• In 2011 the Farming and Movement Evaluation (FAME) study was released that investigated the relationship between Parkinson’s & pesticides

• The study determined Paraquat users developed Parkinson’s 2.5 times more often than non-users

• Paraquat is already banned in several countries including Europe, Switzerland, and China has been phasing it out since 2012

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