Household cleaning products may double risk of breast cancer

07/20/2010 |

A U.S. study found that regularly using air fresheners, mold removers and other household cleaning products doubled the risk of breast cancer. Researchers, however, noted that breast-cancer patients who thought that chemicals contributed much to the risk were more likely to report high use of household cleaners.

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