Talc Powder Lawsuits For Ovarian Cancer
Did You Use Talc Powder For Years? Now There is a link Between Talc Powder And Various forms of Cancer Including Ovarian Cancer
Johnson and Johnson baby powder lawsuits are being filed nationwide
For years, every morning, women have used baby powder with talc.
There Have Been Numerous Lawsuits Filed For Talc Causing Lung Cancer
Does Talc Cause Ovarian Cancer?
There have been recent legal claims that powder makers were less then open with warning the public about the dangers of talc and the relationship to ovarian cancer
The International Agency for Research on Cancer, part of the World Health Organization, classified talc as a 2B agent – “possibly carcinogenic to human beings” – based on the “remarkably consistent” results of epidemiological studies. “A positive association was observed,” the agency said, “but chance, bias or confounding factors cannot be ruled out with reasonable confidence.”
A Winning Talcum Powder – Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit
After painful rounds of chemotherapy, a woman filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson in federal court in her hometown of Sioux Falls, S.D. In a verdict in October 2013, the jury found Johnson & Johnson Consumer Cos. guilty of negligence for failing to warn of the ovarian cancer risk but awarded zero damages to her.
Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuits Filed
Researchers have known for more than thirty years that the genital use of talcum powder is associated with an increased risk of ovarian cancer. If you or a loved one was diagnosed with ovarian cancer following the use of a talcum powder product. Fill out the contact form to see if you can file a Talc, Talcum powder, Baby powder cancer lawsuit.
Our Talc, Baby Powder, Talcum Powder Lawyers Are Filing Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuits for victims in the major cities in the U.S including: New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Chicago, IL; Houston, TX; Philadelphia, PA; Phoenix, AZ; San Diego, CA; San Antonio, TX; Dallas, TX; San Jose, CA; Detroit, MI; Jacksonville, FL; Indianapolis, IN; Columbus, OH; and San Francisco, CA;