The jury for the recent Monsanto case that's taking place in San Francisco has recently determined that the Roundup weed killer was a major contributor to Edwin Hardeman's cancer.
The first part of the trial is over, where lawyers were trying to convince the jury that Roundup was a significant contributing factor to Hardeman's cancer.
Now, they'll be looking to argue for damages and determining if the company is liable and if they are, what damages that might involve; compensation to the victims. This also isn't the only case that's waiting to move forward, there are many more.
Bayer is still facing 10,000+ lawsuits over cancer allegations related to weedkiller.
The 2nd part of the trial is starting this week where it is expected that the jurors involved with the case will hear evidence that includes damaging emails detailing how the company allegedly manipulated public opinion to bury health concerns and also promote sales of the popular herbicide.