Latest Research Validates Previous Theories about Talcum Ovarian Cancer
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Monday, September 12th, 2016
One of the more recent and eye-opening studies on the subject was published in the Cancer Prevention Research journal in 2013. The research showed a heightened risk of ovarian cancer between 20 and 30 percent of females who used talcum powder to maintain their intimate personal hygiene. The data in this study was consistent with that of another research published 10 years earlier in the Anticancer Research journal.
Data from 16 different research papers were analyzed before scientists were able to conclusively state that the use of talcum powder on female genitals has an irrefutable connection with an increased risk of ovarian cancer.