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Pretty bored with 'studies' by 'groups' who seem unable to ascertain anything other than "x causes cancer".

I'm pretty sure bacon has cancer causing chemicals in it as well, but I will be damned to hell and back before I stop eating it.
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Wow. Nail meet head.
post #23 of 44
Don't take this too seriously. Fox news, huffington post, etc... different flavors of inaccurate, biased, nonsense.
post #24 of 44
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The response was serious. I don't see how this is science news. It's not related to technology in any serious way. I was implying that most science news that is posted in here is technology related, because for the most part this is a tech enthusiast forum. If the article said that a chemical is potentially carcinogenic, but was previously believed to be safe, maybe that would be "science news", but this isn't that.

I think this is some sort of consumer awareness article, and while it may be interesting, this isn't the place. I could be wrong, it was just my impression. Would you want to see news in here about advancements in loom technology that would allow sock makers to reduce per unit manufacturing costs 0.00002 cents in environments that produce in volume over 900,000 units an hour?
Hm, true. I guess it is more of a consumer awareness article than a science article.
    
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What doesn't cause cancer?
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What doesn't cause cancer?
if nobody pays attention to what this man just said, you're a moron
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post #27 of 44
Formaldehyde is a carcinogen. One of my past professor's friend worked in a lab with a lot of formaldehyde. She developed brain cancer and died.

Now will a small amount of quanternium-15 that releases formaldehyde hurt children? We probably do not know, but would you take the risk as a parent?
post #28 of 44
Make sure you leave your kids at home when you go fill up the car with gas. And don't let them sit by the tv or microwave. And PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE turn off your wifi! And don't let them get inbetween your cellphone and the cell tower or touch your cellphone. Or use toothpaste. And chuck out your cordless phones.
post #29 of 44
Why does it take so long to get something like this off the market? Can't they get sued for this $$$$$
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J&J does that so they can sell cancer treatment meds.

P&G does it also
We have a winner.

Sad thing is most chemicals and that out there cause bad things in one way or another. There's not really a whole lot you can do apart from avoiding using them as much as possible.
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