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Brain tumors and seizures in aspartame-fed animals indicate a possible risk to humans.

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Opinion of the SCF: Update on Safety of Aspartame
ASPARTAME DISEASE: AN FDA-APPROVED EPIDEMIC
Aspartame Study: 67% of Female Rats Developed Visible Tumors
Aspartame Study: 67% of Female Rats Developed Visible Tumors. By Victoria Inness-Brown, M.A..
French Food Safety Agency - Aspartame
FDA's approval of aspartame under scrutiny
for aspartame, the sweetener sold by NutraSweet Co. of Skokie, Ill.

Suggested News Resources

The Aspartame Side Effects Controversy Resurfaces
So, when James Schlatter, a drug researcher at GD Searle and Co., stumbled upon aspartame in 1965, it was instantly studied as a substitute for sugar. According to Aspartame.
Grading Diet Coke's Makeover
Long-suffering dieters, sick of saccharine colas with aftertaste that lingered for weeks, embraced the aspartame-sweetened brew—and it's been the No. 1 seller in its category ever since.
The Skinny on Artificial Sweeteners
Aspartame was approved for use in 1981 and for use in foods in 1983. It is 180 to 200 times sweeter than sugar and brand names include Equal and NutraSweet. But there has been some controversy over the safety of aspartame.
The Skinny on Sweeteners
Aspartame was approved for use in 1981 and for use in foods in 1983. It is 180 to 200 times sweeter than sugar and brand names include Equal and NutraSweet. But there has been some controversy over the safety of aspartame.
ASPARTAME - Sweet-but-deadly poison
By far the most popular artificial sweetener found in restaurants, groceries, supermarkets and in our own kitchens and on our dining tables is aspartame. It is marketed under trade names like NutraSweet, Equal or AminoSweet.

Suggested Web Resources

Aspartame - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aspartame is an artificial, non-saccharide sweetener used as a sugar substitute in some foods and beverages. In the European Union, it is codified as E951.
Aspartame controversy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aspartame Dangers and Side Effects
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snopes.com: Aspartame -- Sweet Poison?
Feb 2, 2010 Is aspartame responsible for 'an epidemic of multiple sclerosis and lupus'?
Aspartame | Separating Fact From Fiction about Aspartame
The truth about Aspartame from medical associations, healthcare professionals, nutrition experts and regulatory authorities.

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