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Zantac Approved by FDA

1983 — Zantac was first approved by the FDA and sold in the U.S. in 1983. Reference:  “Timeline: Popular Heartburn Medicine Zantac Pulled off Store Shelves.” Reuters, Thomson Reuters, 21 Oct. 2019, www.reuters.com/article/us-health-fda-heartburn-timeline/timeline-popular-heartburn-medicine-zantac-pulled-off-store-shelves-idUSKBN1X014E.

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Roundup Hits The Market

1974 — Monsanto’s glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup hit the market in 1974. Reference:  Moncivais, Katy. “Roundup Cancer Lawsuit: 2020 Updates & Settlements.” Consumer Safety, 8 Jan. 2021, www.consumersafety.org/product-lawsuits/roundup/.

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Monsanto Develops Roundup

1970 — Monsanto developed glyphosate as an herbicide in 1970.  The company patented glyphosate as a weed killer in 1970 and kept the patent until 2000. Reference:  Moncivais, Katy. “Roundup Cancer Lawsuit: 2020 Updates & Settlements.” Consumer Safety, 8 Jan. 2021, www.consumersafety.org/product-lawsuits/roundup/.

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