Philippine environmental activists march

Philippine environmental activists march on Manila's Chinatown August 10, 2011 to demand that shops stop selling beauty products that they say cause serious ailments. The government in May 2011 warned that illegal injections of a cancer-treating chemical, glutathione, to whiten skin, could cause kidney failure and blood poisoning. Skin-whitening treatments and products including soaps, lotions and deodorants are popular in the Philippines and other Asian countries. AFP PHOTO / JAY DIRECTO (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP via Getty Images)
Philippine environmental activists march on Manila's Chinatown August 10, 2011 to demand that shops stop selling beauty products that they say cause serious ailments. The government in May 2011 warned that illegal injections of a cancer-treating chemical, glutathione, to whiten skin, could cause kidney failure and blood poisoning. Skin-whitening treatments and products including soaps, lotions and deodorants are popular in the Philippines and other Asian countries. AFP PHOTO / JAY DIRECTO (Photo credit should read JAY DIRECTO/AFP via Getty Images)
Philippine environmental activists march
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