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Re your article on sarcoidosis (WDDTY vol 13 no 2, Q&A), my experience is that there is a two-way connection between teeth and various organs and systems of the body
Most cosmetic colours are considered capable of causing cancer - such as D&C reds 2, 3, 4, 10, 17 and 23; and FD&C red 10 and blue 4 - and are banned from US and European cosmetics, but the following carcinogens can be regularly found in illegally imported cosmetics from other countries
Re 'Steroids caused our son's death', my heart goes out to Fionn and Heather Hann
Cosmetics can contain frank carcinogens - which are inherently carcinogenic - or hidden carcinogens - which become carcinogenic under certain circumstances, such as when mixed, or contaminated by frank carcinogens (Epstein SS, Unreasonable Risk, Environmental Toxicology, 2001)