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As of 2014, several clinical studies show that aspartame does not cause cancer, and it is only a health risk for people who suffer from phenylketonuria and are unable to metabolize phenylalanine, according to the America... More »

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Aspartame has been linked to cancer, diabetes and fibromyalgia in the press. While science does not support a connection between aspartame and cancer, an Israeli study linked aspartame to higher blood sugar, and fibromya... More »

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No health problems have been clearly and directly linked to aspartame, according to the American Cancer Society. Since the appearance of aspartame on the market in 1980, various health complaints have circulated but, as ... More »

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