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Epidemiological studies into the possible carcinogenicity of hair dyes


, : Epidemiological studies into the possible carcinogenicity of hair dyes. Mutation Research 87(1): 65-80

Literature on the association of hair dyes and cancers of the urinary bladder, lungs, larynx and breast was reviewed. No evidence has been produced of any carcinogenic effect from hair dyes among persons in occupations related to hair care or among their customers. Future studies should take into account duration and intensity of exposure, lag time and the influence of lifestyle factors, such as smoking.

Accession: 005375396

DOI: 10.1016/0165-1110(81)90005-1

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