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New Study Shows Increased Risk of Uterine Cancer To Black Women That Use Hair Relaxer and Straightening Products—Women Affected May Seek Justice and Compensation!

New Study Shows Increased Risk of Uterine Cancer To Black Women That Use Hair Relaxer and Straightening Products—Women Affected May Seek Justice and Compensation!

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The team at Shield Justice Watch urges women diagnosed with uterine cancer after using hair relaxing or straightening products to get a free, private case evaluation.

ATTENTION! Black women may be affected more due to the higher use of chemical hair-straightening products than their counterparts, according to the study nearly 60% greater than their counterparts.

A major study by the National Institutes of Health revealed that frequent use of chemical hair-straightening products could put women at a higher risk of developing uterine cancer than those who did not.

The decade-long study tracked 33,497 the use of hair dyes, straighteners, relaxers, or pressing products by women in the United States between the ages of 35 and 74.

Although the study did not find that the relationship between straightener and uterine cancer differed by race, it warned that the impacts may be greater for Black women because of a higher prevalence of use.

About 60 percent of the participants self-identified as Black women in the study, which was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of the National Cancer Institute on Monday — with 378 uterine cancer cases diagnosed over that time.

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute study estimates that among women who did not use hair-straightening chemical products in the past 12 months, 1.6% developed uterine cancer by age 70—however, approximately 4% of the women who frequently use such hair-straightening products developed uterine cancer by age 70.

Chandra Jackson, an author of the study and researcher at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences revealed that this finding also communicates that, while uterine cancer is indeed rare, the doubling of risk does lead to some concern.

While the study did not name specific brands or ingredients in the hair products the women used, several chemicals found in straighteners—including parabens, bisphenol A, metals, and formaldehyde—might possibly contribute to the increased uterine cancer risk observed.

Chemical exposure from hair product use, especially straighteners, could be more concerning than other personal care products due to increased absorption through the scalp which may be exacerbated by burns and lesions caused by straighteners.

The team at Shield Justice Watch believes that women diagnosed with uterine cancer after using hair relaxing or straightening products should receive justice and compensation for losses.

ATTENTION! Black women may be affected more due to the higher use of chemical hair-straightening products than their counterparts, according to the study nearly 60% greater than their counterparts.

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