Law360, San Francisco (March 22, 2019, 10:16 PM EDT) -- A California man and his wife gave emotional testimony Friday during the second phase of a jury trial over claims Monsanto failed to warn that its Roundup weedkiller could cause cancer, recounting how their lives were forever changed after he was diagnosed with aggressive stage III cancer.
Plaintiff Ed Hardeman, 70, recalled how he discovered a lump on Christmas morning in 2014. After waiting for weeks, his doctor called him and told him he had aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma that needed to be treated immediately. Hardeman, who served in the military in the early 1970s, said he adopted a military mindset in...
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