Excerpts from this story referencing "Sri Lanka":
"â€¦ e chemical may be linked to a kidney disease killing agricultural workers, Sri Lanka this week ordered a ban on glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsantoâ€ â€¦"
"â€¦ rbicide Roundup. The move comes weeks after publication of a new study in Sri Lanka suggesting glyphosate as the leading culprit for the illness. The paper di â€¦"
"â€¦ t has killed tens of thousands of agricultural workers in Central America, Sri Lanka and India. The malady is suspected by scientists to be caused by a combina â€¦"
"â€¦ its origins have yet to be fully uncovered. Wednesdayâ€™s announcement by Sri Lanka was the most dramatic measure taken to date to combat the illness. The leg â€¦"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Medicine":
"â€¦ jective science,â€ť said Dr. Cary Gross, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and its Program for Biomedical Ethics. The â€śoccupational illnessâ€ť div â€¦"
Excerpts from this story referencing "director":
"â€¦ fer from this distinctive form of kidney disease. Dr. Carlos Orantes, the director of El Salvadorâ€™s national research program into the mysterious disease, â€¦"
"â€¦ used in India. Dr. Ajay Singh of Harvard University, one of the studyâ€™s directors, said the findings warranted closer examination of silica but were not ye â€¦"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Catharina Wesseling":
"â€¦ familiar with the problem or skeptical whether it even exists,â€ť said Dr. Catharina Wesseling, the regional director for the Program on Work and Health (SALTRA) in Cent â€¦"