‘Deodorant Gives You Breast Cancer’ And 4 Other Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

Throughout the years, there have been so many wild claims being made about things that can possibly give you a form of cancer. These myths live long in the mind of conspirators and people who have no other interests in life. They like to stir the pot a little bit and learn about things that have no business to be talked about. These myths include ones that state that deodorant can actually give you breast cancer.

Key Takeaways:

  • Contrary to popular belief, most breast cancers occur in women who are in their 50s, not their 40s.
  • Fake tanning products that contain DHA do not increase a woman’s risk of getting breast cancer.
  • Men can and do get breast cancer, albeit at rates far below those of women.

“There is no evidence to suggest stress increases breast cancer incidence and unfortunately this is one of many myths floating around – making women worry for no reason.”

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