Carey Gillam is an American investigative journalist and author with more than 30 years of experience covering food and agricultural policies and practices, including 17 years as a senior correspondent for Reuters. Recently top US government scientists found that people exposed to glyphosate, the widely used weed-killing chemical, have biomarkers in their urine linked to the development of cancer and other diseases. In other words--the food we eat could be poisoning us. You may have heard of or even used Monsanto's Roundup, the weedkiller containing the toxic chemical glyphosate which has led to Mansanto now reaching an approximately $11 billion settlement with most plaintiffs so far. But the fact that the corporation exposed the public to this toxic chemical knowing the risks while regulatory agencies that are supposed to keep us safe turned a blind eye should open all of OUR eyes to the corruption at hand across multiple industries and government agencies. Listen in as Carey explains more of what she has discovered.