'Chemo Brain' Should Expedite 2nd Roundup Trial, Judge Told

By Dorothy Atkins (October 9, 2018, 9:37 PM EDT) -- Attorneys representing a couple with cancer urged a California judge Tuesday to expedite the trial schedule of their lawsuit alleging Monsanto's Roundup herbicides gave them cancer, arguing that chemotherapy is giving them "chemo brain," impairing their ability to participate in their trial properly as time goes on.

During a hearing in Oakland, California, Michael Miller of The Miller Law Firm, who represents plaintiffs Alva Pilliod, 76, and Alberta Pilliod, 74, argued that their case should go to a jury before Feb. 8, which could make it the second product liability case of its kind to go to trial since a jury...

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