Organization Fights to Ban Carcinogens in Cosmetics

Published: 28 November 2006
Category: Cancer link & plastic packaging

The Quebec-based newspaper, The Suburban, recently reported on the Breast Cancer Action Montreal (BCAM) organization’s campaign to persuade cosmetic companies to label which ingredients in their products can cause cancer. According to the article, some researchers have warned consumers of what they call a “cocktail” effect, whereby “one toxin in one product alone may not be very harmful, but when that product is combined with other toxins in various products, the effect could be dangerous.”

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