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Did anyone ever get cancer from all those coated skillets and pans?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Teflon - may be
A risk when released in certain concentration into the air, but there has been no links or reports o cancers being caused by cookware coated with the no-stick substance.
The epa has investigated, and web-md reports no risk based on 2006 findings.

In brief: Teflon - may be
A risk when released in certain concentration into the air, but there has been no links or reports o cancers being caused by cookware coated with the no-stick substance.
The epa has investigated, and web-md reports no risk based on 2006 findings.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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Dr. Marsha Davis
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Unproven
But it is proven that if they burn the fumes kill pet birds!

In brief: Unproven
But it is proven that if they burn the fumes kill pet birds!
Dr. Marsha Davis
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