Cloths withdrawn from Swedish shops after cancer alert


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Thursday, 11 August 2011
Many garments sold in Swedish stores have been reportedly revoked because they contained excessive levels of cancer-causing chemicals

The Swedish television channel, TV 4 News broke the news that the clothes are from Danish IC Company and sold in Sweden under the brands In Wear, Part Two and Cottonfield.

The garments, which had a high amount of azo dyes, nickel and hexavalent chromium - which can cause allergies and cancer, has been sold for years but only now are they being withdrawn after reports in the Danish media.
By Scancomark

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