French vinyard worker wins pesticide illness case


The woman has won a lengthy legal battle for recognition that she developed debilitating illnesses after tending to vine spraid with pesticide.

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Sylvie Sorneau has waged a seven-year legal battle for recognition that pesticides she came into contact with at Chateau Monestier La Tour in Bergerac were responsible for migraines, vomiting, nausea and vertigo that left her severely debilitated, reports Decanter.