Antiperspirants have no proven impact on the risk of diseases like breast cancer and alzheimer's breast cancer and alzheimer's are two complicated diseases which are difficult to associate with one singular cause, such as antiperspirant/deodorant use, paul pestano, ms, research analyst with the environmental working group, said in an e-mail interview. However, researchers at the national cancer institute (nci), a part of the national institutes of health, are not aware of any conclusive evidence linking the use of underarm antiperspirants or deodorants and the subsequent development of breast cancer the us food and drug administration (fda), which regulates food, cosmetics, medicines, and medical devices, also does not have any evidence or research data that ingredients in underarm antiperspirants or deodorants cause cancer.
Antiperspirants and breast cancer risk the claims for some time, an email rumor suggested that underarm antiperspirants cause breast cancer among its claims: cancer-causing substances in antiperspirants are absorbed through razor nicks from underarm shaving. Deodorants or antiperspirants are not cancer risk factors to men or women razor nicks can increase the risk of infection but not cancer “there is absolutely no scientific evidence that anti.
Cbs news investigative reporter sharyl attkisson follows up on a 2006 report about possible links between antiperspirants and breast cancer an interesting follow-up to our investigative report.
Oestrogen is a well established influence in breast cancer and its action, dependent on intracellular receptors which function as ligand-activated zinc finger transcription factors, suggests one possible point of interference from aluminium. What you actually need to know about deodorant and breast cancer the stuff you rub in your pits to stave off bo is not what you should be worrying about share via facebook dialog. You may have heard rumours that deodorants and antiperspirants could cause breast cancer but these concerns were started by an e-mail hoax but these concerns were started by an e-mail hoax there is no convincing evidence that antiperspirants and deodorants cause breast cancer. The cancer-free women were also more likely to use antiperspirant instead of deodorant or to use antiperspirant within an hour after shaving (nicks from shaving could possibly make it easier for ingredients to be absorbed) therefore, no link between deodorant/antiperspirant and breast cancer showed up.
But these concerns were started by an e-mail hoax there is no convincing evidence that antiperspirants and deodorants cause breast cancer why are the claims about deodorants and breast cancer wrong the original e-mail claimed that antiperspirants stop your body from sweating out poisons. Because underarm antiperspirants or deodorants are applied near the breast and contain potentially harmful ingredients, several scientists and others have suggested a possible connection between their use and breast cancer (1, 2) however, no scientific evidence links the use of these products to the development of breast cancer. Shaving before applying underarm antiperspirants can increase aluminum absorption could this explain the greater number of tumors and the disproportionate incidence of breast cancer in the upper outer quadrant of the breast near the armpit below is an approximation of this video’s audio content.