99 percent of breast cancer tissues have parabens from cosmetics

"Deodorants and antiperspirants are some of the primary sources of parabens, but the fact that even those who reportedly never used them still had parabens in their breast tissue clearly demonstrates that these chemicals, regardless of what products they’re added to, can, and apparently will, accumulate in breast tissue.

It’s important to recognize that whatever you spread on your skin can be absorbed into your body and potentially cause serious damage over time, as this research demonstrates."

New research has detected the presence of paraben esters in 99 percent of breast cancer tissues sampledi. The study examined 40 women who were being treated for primary breast cancer.In 60 percent of cases, five of the different esters were present.Parabens are chemicals with estrogen-like properties, and estrogen is one of the hormones involved in the development of breast cancer.