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Editor of science journal that forced retraction of Seralini GMO study entered a promotional contract with Monsanto right before smearing the research


Wallace Hayes , biotech industry , Collusion , conflict of interest , fake science , Food and Chemical Toxicology , glyphosate , GMOs , junk science , Monsanto , Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini , science journals - (Natural News ) On March 20, 2015, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) unleashed a firestorm with its analysis of five organophosphate insecticides and herbicides, including glyphosate. ... Then, in November 2013, FCT’s editor-in-chief, ...

SCIENCE FOR SALE: Shocking emails reveal editor of food science journal was on Monsanto's payroll at $400 per hour


A. Wallace Hayes , bribery , corruption , fake science , Food and Chemical Toxicology journal , GMOs , junk science , Monsanto , Monsanto deception , Roundup dangers , Séralini study - (Natural News ) Recently released court documents reveal what many people have long suspected: Monsanto had a hand in the retraction of a groundbreaking study that left little doubt about the dangers of glyphosate in a prominent food science journal. ... Wallace Hayes, had ...

Uncovered: Monsanto campaign to get Séralini study retracted


A. Wallace Hayes was paid by Monsanto The most shocking revelation of the disclosed documents is that the editor of Food and Chemical Toxicology, A. ... Apology required A. Wallace Hayes is no longer the editor-in-chief of FCT but is named as an “emeritus editor”. "...

SCIENCE FOR SALE: Shocking emails reveal editor of food science journal was secretly on Monsanto's payroll at $400 per hour


A. Wallace Hayes was paid by Monsanto The most shocking revelation of the disclosed documents is that the editor of Food and Chemical Toxicology, A. ... Apology required A. Wallace Hayes is no longer the editor-in-chief of FCT but is named as an “emeritus editor”. "...

Monsanto secret documents show massive attack on Seralini study


In November 2013 the study was retracted by the journal’s editor, A. Wallace Hayes, after the appointment of a former Monsanto scientist, Richard E. ... Saltmiras “Contact Wallace Hayes to determine his availability and fees for attending the meeting.” "...

Hypocritical FCT journal editor refuses to retract inconclusive pro-GMO study


Wallace Hayes, has refused to retract the study, despite its shortcomings. This is strange, noting that Editor Hayes retracted a GMO study in 2013, claiming it to be incomplete. ... Frederic Jacquemart wrote to Wallace Hayes, the editor of FCT, highlighting the lack of information presented by the journal. "...

Forbes.com exposed as Monsanto propaganda rag in newly released court emails


Wallace Hayes, retract the study. In one of the documents, Saltmiras brags about all of the things he has accomplished during his time with Monsanto, writing that he “Successfully facilitated numerous third party expert letters to the editor which were subsequently published, reflecting the numerous significant deficiencies, poor study design, biased reporting and selective statistics employed by Seralini. ... In response, Chassy urged Wallace Hayes to do just ...

150 scientists condemn Seralini GMO study retraction as attack on scientific integrity


A. Wallace Hayes, claimed that the retraction of a study conducted by a team headed by Prof. ... The journal's editor Hayes, on the other hand, has maintained that COPE's guidelines support his retraction decision. "...

Monsanto strong-armed science journal to retract Seralini study showing liver, kidney toxicity in rats fed GMOs and glyphosate


Wallace Hayes, made the unprecedented decision to pull it, after a second and mysterious peer review, using the excuse that the paper's findings were "inconclusive." ... GM Watch explains how Hayes essentially played a "double role" in ensuring the paper's retraction. "...

Monsanto scientist admitted colluding with "science" journals to suppress research revealing dangers of glyphosate, GMOs


Wallace Hayes, with letters that demanded a retraction. This damning information has come to light in court as the company faces lawsuits from people who blame the company for covering up the fact that its weedkiller causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. ... Hayes was paid $400 an hour by Monsanto for his services related to glyphosate toxicology seminars and meetings in South America. "...

France fines Monsanto for illegal data collection


The French scientist also revealed that FCT‘s editor A. Wallace Hayes had a contract with Monsanto before the study was published. Seralini presented documents saying the contract Hayes signed was dated August 2012, and Hayes started providing his services to Monsanto the following month. "...

Scientific fraud? DuPont study deliberately hid toxic effects of GMOs fed to rats


Editorial double standard In November 2013, FCT editor A. Wallace Hayes forcibly retracted a study led by researcher Gilles-Eric Seralini. ... In retracting the paper, Hayes called the findings "inconclusive," because not enough rats were studied and because the variety of rat used (Sprague-Dawley) was particularly prone to tumors. "...

How and why GMO industry maligned Seralini's Roundup Ready corn and Roundup herbicide study


Then suddenly the editor-in-chief of FCT, A. Wallace Hayes, announced the removal of Seralini's study "Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize". Hayes admitted the study was not fraudulent or inaccurate, but explained that it was inconclusive. "...

Monsanto finally exposed as the puppet master behind the effort to retract Seralini's GMO study


“Monsanto scientist David Saltmiras admitted to orchestrating a ‘third party expert’ campaign in which scientists who were apparently independent of Monsanto would bombard the editor-in-chief of the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT), A. Wallace Hayes, with letters demanding that he retract the study,” reports indicate. "...

Seralini study on GMOs re-published after unprecedented scientific censorship


Seralini's raw data by a secret panel of unnamed persons organized by the editor-in-chief of FCT, A. Wallace Hayes, in response to criticisms of the study by pro-GMO scientists. "Now the study has passed a third peer review arranged by the journal that is republishing the study, Environmental Sciences Europe." "...

Elsevier journal boycott announced; sign the petition to end Seralini GMO study censorship


Elsevier journal boycott announced; sign the petition to end Seralini GMO study censorship Thursday, April 24, 2014 by: Ethan A. ... In case you missed it, Wallace Hayes, FCT's Editor-in-Chief, recently made the decision to pull Seralini's study after the establishment made its disapproval of the paper's findings publicly known. "...