Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Helpline
Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Helpline
Talcum powder has been a trusted household product for years. Did you know that the talc in talcom powder may be responsible for having caused your ovarian cancer.
In 1971 a study revealed that talc particles move and can become embedded in your ovarian tissues. 40 years without restrictions or warnings of any kind has resulted in unsuspecting victims developing ovarian cancer. Did your mom use Johnson’s baby powder to dry up?
We have a special helpline for claims from women, like your mom or sister, who developed ovarian cancer after using a Johnson & Johnson powder product.
How Is Talcum Powder Related To Ovarian Cancer?
When Talc is ground into powder is used on the genitals, talc particles can travel into the ovaries and remain trapped for years. These particles can cause inflammation and lead to the growth of ovarian cancer cells very similar to asbestos related mesothelioma in the lungs.
Lawsuit Won In Favor of the Plaintiff
The first talc baby powder cancer lawsuit was won in 2013. A federal jury recently found that talcum contained in some Johnson & Johnson powders contributed to a woman’s ovarian cancer.
The plaintiff in this case was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after about 30 years of using Shower-to-Shower body powder-as part of her personal hygiene routine. The jury found that Johnson & Johnson failed to warn her of a link between the use of talc-based powder for feminine hygiene and an increased risk of ovarian cancer.
This outcome sets the stage for thousands of women who have developed ovarian cancer after using talc-based products.
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