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a warning to all ABDL's that are here as well as the mommies and mistresses that take care of them. The Johnson and Johnson baby powder & shower to shower is bad. Please stop using it , it will cause cancer. According to a story on yahoo where there was a trial against johnson and johnson. here is the link to it https://finance.yahoo.com/news/j-j-must-pay-72-165321405.html please be wary. This woman was 27 years old when she started using it and died at 62 after using the powders for 35 years. I dont want to see any of you getting hurt or worse by this. 
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Baby Butch
 Thank you for the heads up warning! I reviewed your link and it appears this is a real and serious problem. Most of us here are males, I use baby powder often when wearing adult diapers. I also like the babyish scent.

Do you know if males are at risk? I just had a chat with a law office who could not answer my question about that.
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shamrock
to all people in sissykiss this is shamrock and I read about the baby powder and shower to shower and the women have to breath in a lot to get cancer and when you use the baby powder keep your month closed  
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~*Christie Luv*~
Thank you Baby Alice for letting us know! I looked into this, and it doesn't seem to be completely proven yet, but people should be aware of this. I found this article here,

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It said this:

"While Beasley told Al.com that his experts found a link between ovarian cancer and talc powder, findings on the cancer link have been mixed, according to the American Cancer Society. From the American Cancer Society:

Many studies in women have looked at the possible link between talcum powder and cancer of the ovary. Findings have been mixed, with some studies reporting a slightly increased risk and some reporting no increase. Many case-control studies have found a small increase in risk. But these types of studies can be biased because they often rely on a person's memory of talc use many years earlier. Two prospective cohort studies, which would not have the same type of potential bias, have not found an increased risk."

Still if you're not comfortable with using it there are many other baby powders out there. You can google "baby powder", and see baby powders from other brands. Just look for some that don't have Talc in them.
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