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From:"Klemme, Nancy" <nancy.klemme@sakuraus.com> (by way of histonet)
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    The following Web Site identifies this "anti-perspirant causing cancer" and
scads of others as hoaxes:  <http://www.nonprofit.net>      Should you misplace
this, simply do a "HOAX" search and find many web sites that identify virus,
chain letter, etc. hoaxes.

    Some social analysts view this kind of e-mail as today's folklore.
Roeper has written a book identifying them as "Urban Legends: The Truth Behind
All Those Deliciously Entertaining Myths That Are Absolutely, Positively 100%
Not True".     One reader's review =  "Rich Roeper has done a thoroughly
entertaining and very meticulous job of dispelling some of the great urban
legends of our time. From the Craig Shergold business-card hoaxes to the rumors
of thousands available from Disney and Bill Gates via the internet, to some of
our favorite and most-hallowed backstreet Hollywood stories, Roeper takes 'em
and takes 'em down. In addition, Roeper's singularly amusing and inclusive
writing style makes his deconstructions of these myths just plain fun to read.
Terrific bedside reading and delightful from start to finish."

    I've just bought this as a gift(?) for a cousin who doesn't believe that I
really delete all of her "good luck" chain letters.

    I don't think the deodorant/anti-perspirant manufacturers are following the
path of the tobacco industry just yet.

Best Regards  :-})

Nancy Klemme, HT(ASCP)
Customer/Product Support Mgr.
Sakura Finetek USA, Inc.
1750  West 214th Street
Torrance, CA  90501

Web Page = www.sakuraus.com
e-mail = nancy.klemme@sakuraus.com
Phone = 800/725-8723

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