Do Antiperspirants Cause Breast Cancer?

In a recent article on Mercola.com, Russel L. Blaylock M.D., says that a number of studies have shown that, “. . . free iron concentrations in breast tissue, especially the ductal tissue, is playing a major role in stimulating cancer development and eventual progression to aggressive, deadly cancers.”

Dr. Blaylock goes on to say:

“We now know that both aluminum and alcohol can displace the iron from its protective proteins, raising the level of harmful free iron, even when these protective proteins are not fully saturated with iron.9

If this occurs within the breast, as this study demonstrates, free iron levels in the breast ductal tissue can become dangerously high and over time induce malignant tumor formation.

The question to be asked is–where did the aluminum come from?

The authors of the paper suggested underarm antiperspirants as a possibility . . .”

This caught my attention because, yesterday evening, I was watching a commercial on television featuring a number of women celebrating the fact that they weren’t experiencing unsightly under-arm perspiration due to whatever product they were promoting. And I was thinking about how, if any one of those women developed a little of her potential energy awareness, she’d be getting that stuff off herself as fast as she possibly could . . .

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