Talc Powder & Ovarian Cancer
Over 1,200 lawsuits have been filed over increased ovarian cancer risk due to exposure by Talc powder. You may be eligible for compensation if diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer.
Women who use Talcum for feminine hygiene have a 30% greater risk of developing ovarian cancer
A study conducted in 1971 discovered that talc was in an overwhelming 75% of ovarian tumors. Due to Johnson & Johnson’s failure to warn patients and doctors about the risks of ovarian cancer that may be associated with talcum powder, individuals have been exposed to serious life-threatening danger. Since 2013, plaintiffs have been winning cases against Johnson & Johnson for ovarian cancers that developed after Baby Powder and Shower to Shower usage, giving hope to the possibility of financial compensation and product accountability to the thousands of women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using a talcum powder product.
Learn more at: Ovarian Cancer Claims
*Individuals, circumstances, exposures, diagnoses, and outcomes are all unique, which means every case is different. It is crucial to get advice from an experienced attorney based on your personal situation.