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Deodorant linked to breast cancer?

MagazineJuly 2000 (Vol. 11 Issue 4)Deodorant linked to breast cancer?

Aluminium antiperspirants prevent the natural release of toxins and lead to aluminium deposits in the underarm area, and possible blockage of the lymphatic system

Aluminium antiperspirants prevent the natural release of toxins and lead to aluminium deposits in the underarm area, and possible blockage of the lymphatic system.

Most women shave, then apply antiperspirants. The chemicals then penetrate the skin much more quickly through small nicks in the newly shaven skin.

This may be a cause of breast cancer. Does anyone have more information on this? Alisdair Barcroft, e-mail: AlisdairAloevera@ aol.com


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