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Associations between Personal Care Product Use Patterns and Breast Cancer Risk among White and Black Women in the Sister Study

16:54 EST 21 Feb 2018 | NIH

Introduction There is concern that use of personal care products (e.g., cosmetics, lotions, and fragrances) may be associated with breast cancer risk (Brody et al. 2007). These products are a possible source of human exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals, such as phthalates, parabens, and phenols (Braun et al. 2014; Dodson et al. 2012; Meeker et al. 2013). Endocrine-disrupting chemicals have […]

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