Lawyers bombarded a San Francisco jury on Monday with reams of scientific studies about whether a Monsanto Co. weed killer caused a man to get terminal cancer.

Plaintiffs lawyer R. Brent Wisner spent more than three hours in his opening statement detailing every study and regulatory action that looked at whether there was a link between Roundup or its key ingredient, glyphosate, and non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. That’s according to coverage of the trial being broadcast by Courtroom View Network and monitored by ALM.

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