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DEA Cosmetics Use, Carcinogenicity Potential Explored In NTP Report

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Consumer exposure to diethanolamine appears to be widespread with dermal exposure to personal care products serving as the "most probable route," the National Toxicology Program states in a background draft document for the 11th "Report on Carcinogens.
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