Permanent Hair Dyes Linked to Higher Leukemia Odds

A new study suggests people who spent years using older permanent hair dyes may have somewhat higher odds of developing leukemia. Among men and women surveyed in the late 1980s, those who had used permanent hair dyes prior to 1980 were more likely to develop leukemia than adults who had never dyed their hair. Acute leukemia is a quickly progressing form of leukemia in which immature, non-functioning blood cells accumulate and crowd out normal cells. Hair dyes have long been studied as...

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