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found diethylene glycol, a poison, and known cancer-causing agents in some of the 19 varieties of e-cigarette cartridges that it tested from two manufacturers.
UV light given off by sunbeds is a known cancer-causing agent, yet there are currently no plans for tighter controls on tanning equipment.
Hexavalent chromium is also a known cancer-causing agent.
A 1975 company memo disclosed that Rely tampons contained known cancer-causing agents and that the product altered the natural organisms found in the vagina.
The chemical is a known cancer-causing agent when inhaled.
Nitrosamines, essentially the only known cancer-causing agents in smokeless tobacco, are formed when nitrites from nitrogen fertilizers react with the plants' nicotine alkaloids.
Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, 200 of which are known poisons, and more than 69 known cancer-causing agents.
Secondhand tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, 200 of which are known poisons, and more than 50 of these are known cancer-causing agents.