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COURT OKS HORMONE-FREE LABEL ON DAIRY PRODUCTS IN OHIO

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A federal court yesterday struck down an Ohio ban on dairy products whose labels say they're made from milk that's free of hormones that increase cows' milk production.

What's that milk label say?

That means companies that want to say their products are "rbGH free" and "rbST free" and "artificial hormone free" are now free to do so.

Is Your Favorite Ice Cream Made With Monsanto's Artificial Hormones?

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By John Robbins

Monsanto has been in the news this week, with a U.S. District Court Judge ruling that the USDA has to at least go through the motions of regulating the company's genetically engineered sugar beets. Monsanto, you may know, is not likely to win any contests for the most popular company. In fact, it has been called the most hated corporation in the world, which is saying something, given the competition from the likes of BP, Halliburton and Goldman Sachs.

APHA: Opposition to the Use of Hormone Growth Promoters in Beef and Dairy Cattle Production

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Policy Date: 11/10/2009
Policy Number: 20098

The American Public Health Association has officially come out in opposition to rBGH (rBST). The APHA is the world’s oldest professional public health organization, with a membership of over 50,000. The policy statement also opposes the use of non-therapeutic hormones in beef cattle, citing “clear evidence that hormones originating outside the body can interfere with our own hormone function.”

Is Eli Lilly Milking Cancer by Promoting and Treating It?

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Jeffrey Smith

Author and founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology
Posted: October 7, 2009

Breast Cancer Action and a coalition of consumer and health organizations have launched a campaign called Milking Cancer, where you can demand from Eli Lilly that they withdraw their dangerous bovine growth hormone from the market. For more on bovine growth hormone, see the 18-minute film, Your Milk on Drugs.

Bye Bye rbST?

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Submitted by Editor on Fri, 01/23/2009 - 11:43am.

Agri-Mark Says Stop Usage or Truck Milk to N.Y. Instead

Steve Taylor
N.H. Correspondent

CABOT, Vt. " For all intents and purposes, the New England dairy industry will be "rbST-free". by the end of summer 2009.

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