Household Products Linked to Cancers Including:

Kidney Cancer

Testicular Cancer

Thyroid Cancer

Other serious illnesses include Thyroid Disease, Pre-Eclampsia, and Ulcerative Colitis. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with one of these cancers or illnesses, it may have been a result of toxic PFAS in common household items and you could be eligible to receive significant compensation. 

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Liver Cancer

Prostate Cancer

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PFAS Exposure Linked to Cancer

Known as “forever chemicals,” PFAS are manmade chemicals that have been used in various products since the 1940s. According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, the most commonly studied PFAS are perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS).
PFAS have been used to manufacture firefighting foams at military bases, as well as non-stick cookware, stain-resistant fabrics and carpets, and products that resist grease, water, and oil. These chemicals can move into the soil, water, and air during production or usage. Due to their strong chemical bonds, most PFAS do not break down and remain in the environment and the human body. Exposure to PFAS has been associated with numerous health conditions, including cancer.

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What Are PFAS?

PFAS are a group of man-made chemicals that have been used in various products since the 1940s. Two well-known examples are perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS).

These chemicals, often called "forever chemicals," don't break down easily in the environment and can build up in our bodies, especially in the bloodstream, liver, and kidneys. Being exposed to PFAS for a long time can increase the risk of cancer and other serious health problems.

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What Conditions Does PFAS Exposure Cause?

If you have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions, it's possible that exposure to PFAS chemicals found in various consumer products may have played a role:

  • Kidney Cancer 
  • Testicular Cancer 
  • Thyroid Cancer 
  • Liver Cancer 
  • Prostate Cancer
  • Thyroid Disease
  • Pre-Eclampsia
  • Ulcerative Colitis 
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What Common Products Contain PFAS?

It's important to note that not all products in these categories contain PFAS, but they have been commonly associated with PFAS use in the past. Here is a list of common household products that can potentially expose people to PFAS:

  • Non-stick cookware: Teflon-coated pans and pots.
  • Stain-resistant fabrics: Carpets, upholstery, and clothing treated with stain or water repellents.
  • Waterproofing treatments: Outdoor gear such as jackets, shoes, and camping equipment.
  • Food packaging: Grease-resistant food containers, microwave popcorn bags, and fast food wrappers.
  • Cleaning products: Certain carpet and upholstery cleaners, as well as some all-purpose cleaners.
  • Personal care products: Some cosmetics, including waterproof makeup, dental floss, and certain lotions.
  • Water-repellent coatings: Treatments for furniture, curtains, and other textiles.

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PFAS Exposure Linked to Cancer and Other Serious Illness

Exposure to PFAS has been linked to the development of cancer and other serious illnesses. These synthetic chemicals, found in common household products, have the potential to accumulate in the body over time. Once inside the body, they can persist and accumulate in organs such as the liver, kidneys, and bloodstream.

Prolonged exposure to PFAS has been associated with an increased risk of various cancers, including kidney, testicular, and thyroid cancer, among others. If you or a loved one have experienced health issues potentially caused by PFAS exposure, contact our lawyers for a Free Case Review today.

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The best way to find out if you are eligible to file a legal case is by answering a few short questions on our survey. If you are eligible, our experienced team can work to connect you with our team. 
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