A major concern has been that the aluminum-based compounds found in antiperspirants have estrogen-like effects that may fuel breast cancer growth. There’s no evidence to support that claim, nor is there any evidence to support another concern that’s been voiced: that the preservatives found in deodorants and antiperspirants, called parabens, cause cancer.
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