Deodorant Use Linked To Cancer

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By Decaln Cashin, The Star Newspaper

Breast cancer may be linked to using deodorants, frightening new research claims. The potential link was established after tests on woman who had mastectomies found high levels of aluminum in breast tissue. Aluminum, which has already been linked to cancer by other studies, makes up 90% of antiperspirant material in most deodorants.

Researchers found”significantly higher” levels of aluminum in the underarm region of the breast in 17 patients studied. This is the area of the breast closest to where antiperspirants are sprayed. There is also a higher incidence of tumors in the breast area closest to the underarm, but it has not been established why. The report could not say whether the aluminum came from the antiperspirants or from other sources.

FAITH

Also the study could not definitely link the two, as the tumors may attract the metal in the tissue to them, rather than be the cause of the tumor. Dr Chris Exley, an English doctor who carried out the research, said: “You could make a leap of faith that the 2 could be linked. It is only on 17 individuals, but the higher distribution of aluminum in the underarm is statically significant. It could not have happened by chance.”

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