Worldwide, no pesticide regulatory agency classifies 2,4-D as a human or animal carcinogen.
Multiple studies, including the 1999 study conducted at the School of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University, conclude that there is no correlation between 2,4-D and canine cancer. Regulatory decisions around the world confirm that 2,4-D is not an animal carcinogen.
Homeowners should continue to use herbicides in accordance with label directions and restrict access during and immediately following the application of products containing 2,4 D to maximize its efficiency and limit potential exposure.
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