Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

There is mounting scientific evidence that long-term use of talcum powder for personal hygiene increases the risk of ovarian cancer.  Talcum powder may cause cancer if it enters the ovaries after being applied to the genital area.

Although manufacturers of talc products such as baby powder have known for decades of the link between talcum powder and cancer, these companies chose not to warn women of the risk of cancer from their products. In recent jury trials which resulted in multi-million dollar verdicts, Johnson & Johnson has been found liable for this failure to warn of the dangers of its product.  More information on the connection between talc and cancer can be found at the website for the International Society for Research on Cancer, www.iarc.fr.

If you have experienced any complications due to talcum powder product use, you may be entitled to collect damages. Fill out our free case evaluation form to see if you are eligible for a potential lawsuit. An experienced attorney at Morris Bart will assist you in the evaluation process. Initial consultations are FREE. Click here to see more about our office locations throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas. Call us at 1-800-537-8185 today.

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