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f1jim wrote:If that were true we would see a marked difference in cancer rates by gender. There may be differences but I don't believe they are that different. We could also see differences between countries that follow their usage of skin care products. Seems, on the surface, like it's an area of little concern i the big picture of cancer exposure.
Erickson admits it is too early to know with certainty how serious the long-term impact could be on health, but warns that hormone-disrupting chemicals may lurk in cosmetics which could lower immunity to disease and cause neurological and reproductive damage.