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Are cancer-causing chemicals in household cleaning products?
The chemicals used in household products are generally of low toxicity and there is no evidence they cause cancer.
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Does eating too much red meat give you cancer?
I read a blog that said Harvard University researchers found a link between eating too much red meat and breast cancer. How much red meat...
Heard by Hayley
Do chemicals in marijuana stop cancer growth?
To date, there is no convincing evidence to show cannabinoids are effective in treating cancer in humans
Heard by John
Are chemical sunscreens safe to use?
The Therapeutic Goods Administration regulates sunscreens ensuring that only approved ingredients, including chemicals, which have been assessed for quality and safety, are used in each product.
Heard by Alexandra
Does organic food prevent or cure cancer?
There is no evidence that organic produce is higher in the nutrients that help to prevent cancer than fruit and vegetables farmed in conventional ways. Find out more...
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Does taking aspirin reduce your risk of cancer?
Studies have shown that taking aspirin over a number of years may reduce the risk of gastrointestinal cancers, particularly bowel cancer. Find out more...
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Do fragrant products like perfume, toilet paper and baby wipes cause cancer?
There is no evidence associating the use of fragranced products with an increased risk of cancer in humans. Find out more...
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Can radiotherapy on benign tumours make those tumours malignant?
Stereotactic radiosurgery is very precise radiotherapy that allows a high dose of radiation to be delivered to a brain tumour (benign or malignant) while minimising radiation to surrounding normal tissues. Find out more...
Heard by Miriam
What is the link between asbestos and cancer?
If your house was built using asbestos-containing materials, the smallest renovation or odd job can increase your risk of serious asbestos-related diseases. Find out more...
Heard by Patrick
Does tattoo ink give you cancer?
We are not aware of a reported cancer case directly attributable to tattooing. Find out more...
Heard by Rosannah