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Makeup=Breast Cancer? Chen Discusses Safe Levels of Commonly Used Chemicals

Jiangang Chen, associate professor in the Department of Public Health in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences, was interviewed by Live Science, a digital science magazine.  Chen, who was not involved in a study indicating that a group of chemicals commonly used in cosmetics and other personal-care products may stimulate the growth of breast cancer cells.  Chen feels that more research in this area needs to be conducted in order to reach a conclusion.

Read more of the article, Chemicals in Personal Products May Stimulate Cancer More Than Thought, in which Chen was interviewed and his comments on the study.