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Some Hair Dyes May Still Cause Cancer, Lund University Study


6/10/2014 7:59:32 AM

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A new study in Occupational & Environmental Medicine has linked frequency of dye and perm use to raised levels of carcinogens found in hairdressers' blood.

Previous studies have found that hairdressers have an excess risk for bladder cancer. Researchers believe this excess risk comes from exposure to carcinogenic aromatic amines in some hair dyes, which have also been linked to increased risk for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and leukemia.

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