Does Dying Your Hair Increase Your Cancer Risk? Government Data Says No, But Hairdressers Using Products Frequently Face Additional Risk

Published May 2, 2024

Does Dying Your Hair Increase Your Cancer Risk? Government Data Says No, But Hairdressers Using Products Frequently Face Additional Risk

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