Agriculture cooperatives could end hunger while boosting socio-economic advancement in impoverished regions Monsanto and Cargill keep rolling on, leading a small number of other mega-corporations toward planetary food and farming control that ensures our demise. Meanwhile, important studies are overlooked by our corrupt governments who are influenced and infiltrated by those very same companies heavily. A world-wide study was initiated by the United Nations a couple of years ago to research solutions for world hunger as our population increases. This contradicts the initiatives of specific elites who create humanitarian covers for his or her agenda of radically reducing the population with unworkable and toxic large-scale agricultural applications.Related StoriesViralytics enters into medical trial collaboration contract with MSDNew results reveal association between colorectal cancers and melanoma drug treatmentNew antenna-like gadget makes breast cancer surgery much easier for surgeonsBut Susan Shaw Devesa, Ph.D., a National Cancer Institute epidemiologist who’s not associated with the scholarly study, views the results from a different perspective. Evaluating data of both racial groups with the same disease classifications, she mentioned the higher rate of papillary tumors in whites. The data claim that there is small racial disparity in survival when tumor type and size are accounted for, she said.