Cancer myths and controversies
Everyone's heard a cancer myth, but what's true and what's false? Get the facts from our Cancer Experts below!
- Chlorine and cancer
Does drinking water or swimming in your pool cause cancer?
- Coffee, tea, hot beverages and cancer
Is there danger lurking in your daily brew?
- Cosmetics and cancer
Can looking beautiful increase your risk of cancer?
- Dental fillings and cancer
Does you metallic smile cause cancer?
- Deodorants and breast cancer
Is using deodorant increasing your risk of breast cancer?
- Fluoride and cancer
Does danger lurk in the bottom of your water glass?
- Food additives and cancer
Are those confusing numbers on the back of your cereal packet a cancer risk?
- Hair dyes and cancer
Is having more fun as a blonde increasing your risk of cancer?
- Lipstick and cancer
Does your favourite Lipstick increase your risk of cancer?
- Mobile phones and cancer
Is all that talking increasing your risk of cancer?
- Plastics, food and cancer
Does using plastic containers increase your risk of cancer?
- Power lines and cancer
Is there any truth in the myth behind Power lines and cancer?
- Sunscreen and cancer
Will your favourite sunscreen increase your risk of cancer?
- Sweeteners and cancer
Could your taste for sweet things be increasing your risk of cancer?
- Talcum powder and cancer
Is there a risk of cancer in this popular gift?
- Toothpaste (sodium lauryl sulphate) and cancer
Will your sparkling smile increase your risk of cancer?
We provide answers for many more cancer related myths here iheard.com.au