Have you or your loved one been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using baby powder or talcum powder?
Studies show a possible relationship between powder and ovarian cancer. National attorneys for talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuits can help you with cases of powder and ovarian cancer.
Studies from 1971 continue show a possible relationship between powder and ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson continue to use talc in their baby powder and shower-to-shower products to put you at risk. If you have used one of these products and you have ovarian cancer, ask lawyers to help you with cases of powder and ovarian cancer.
Depending on its use, women who have use powder in their genital area can develop ovarian cancer almost three times more often due to long-term ovarian irritation and the presence of such fibers in ovarian tissue.
Ovarian cancer is a devastating disease for patients and their relatives. Diagnosis often leads to chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and death.
Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest companies in the world, manufactures and sells baby powder and showers. Despite the confidence of women across America in the company, J&J has never warned of an increased risk of ovarian cancer from powder, despite having been aware of the possibility of a relationship for more than three decades.
Thousands of women across the country have filed cases where their ovarian cancer is caused by the use of J&J powder products.