This study was published by Elsevier, one of the top publishers of scientific studies – in 2012. There are a total of eight coauthors ,all highly qualified researchers in the neurological sciences.
The article was subsequently retracted by Elsevier, as you will see if you google this article on the internet. In all probability, the study was too controversial for Monsanto and other herbicide manufacturers who then hired their own researchers to write and publish articles attacking the study. This is discussed in the documentary movie, The World of Monsanto.
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