Following a spate of consumer class actions alleging that several spray sunscreens contain dangerous levels of benzene, plaintiffs attorneys are now targeting other over-the-counter products that contain the leukemia-causing chemical.

In the past two weeks, Radar has surfaced seven such cases—six alleging that manufacturers concealed the presence of high levels of benzene in spray antiperspirants and one making similar claims involving antifungal sprays.

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