Tag: personalCareProducts

Personal care products: How use of personal care products influences breast cancer risk, characteristics, and outcomes. Included are products such as hair care preparations and dyes, cosmetics, shampoos, soaps, toothpaste, creams, lotions, deodorants, and vaginal douches.

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06/11/17
Use of aluminum-containing antiperspirants linked to increased breast cancer risk
02/11/17
Use of dark hair dyes and lye hair relaxers linked to increased breast cancer risk among African Americans
01/24/16
Some African-American hair care products can promote breast cancer, especially in girls
10/31/15
Parabens may be harmful at lower levels than previously thought in ER+/PR+/HER2+ cells
08/28/15
Aluminum compounds found in antiperspirants can damage breast cell DNA
08/17/15
Use of hair dyes is linked to increased risk of breast cancer
09/07/14
Prenatal exposure to phthalates could reduce age at puberty
04/26/14
Kaempferol reduces ER+/PR+ breast cancer growth and protects against triclosan exposure
12/15/13
Even low levels of phthalate exposure can increase breast cancer cell proliferation
07/27/13
Aluminum increases migration and invasion of ER+ breast cancer cells
02/10/13
Parabens at levels found in breast tissue can increase proliferation of breast cancer cells
07/04/12
Parabens at levels found in breast cancer patients can initiate cancer development
01/14/12
Do parabens in personal care products contribute to breast cancer risk?
10/31/11
High circulating estrogen and androgen increase risk of postmenopausal breast cancer
01/15/11
Pregnant women are exposed to multiple harmful chemicals

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