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  1. Talc (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... mail this page Home Cosmetics Products & Ingredients Ingredients Talc Talc is an ingredient used in many cosmetics, ... that it is harmful under its intended use. Talc: What it is and how it is used ...
  2. Talc is used to prevent malignant pleural effusion (buildup of fluid in the chest cavity in people ... in people who have already had this condition. Talc is in a class of medications called sclerosing ...
  3. Talc poisoning; Baby powder poisoning ... Talc ... Talc may be found in: Certain antiseptics Certain types of baby powder Talcum powder As a filler ...
  4. Ovarian Cancer Prevention From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    ... current smokers compared with women who never smoked. Talc Studies of women who used talcum powder (talc) dusted on the perineum (the area between the ...
  5. Cancer Drug Information From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    ... Rubidomycin (Daunorubicin Hydrochloride) Ruxolitinib Phosphate S Sclerosol Intrapleural Aerosol (Talc) Siltuximab Sipuleucel-T Somatuline Depot (Lanreotide Acetate) Sorafenib ...
  6. Asbestos Exposure and Cancer Risk From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    ... found in vermiculite-containing garden products and some talc-containing crayons. In the late 1970s, the U.S. ... U.S. manufacturers of these crayons agreed to eliminate talc from their products. In August 2000, the EPA ...
  7. Asbestos (National Library of Medicine)  
    Asbestos is the name of a group of minerals with long, thin fibers. It was once used widely as insulation. It also occurs in the environment. Asbestos fibers ...
  8. ... breasts and in your groin DO NOT use talc powder or strong soaps Try not to take ...
  9. Occupational Respiratory Disease (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... things as wood, cotton, coal, asbestos, silica and talc. Dust from cereal grains, coffee, pesticides, drug or ...
  10. Cosmetics (National Library of Medicine)  
    Cosmetics are products you apply to your body to clean it, make it more attractive, or change the way it looks. They include Hair dyes Makeup Perfumes Skin-care ...
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