Johnson’s Baby Powder Lawsuits Claim
They Failed to Warn You of The Danger
Ovarian Cancer Risk With Use In Pelvic Area
What is Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder Made Of?
We have read that ” JOHNSON’S® Baby Powder products contain only U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) grade talc, which meets the highest quality, purity and compliance standards.” Yet, two recent lawsuits awarded millions to women who claimed they got ovarian cancer from using talcum powder- Baby Powder products manufactured by Johnson & Johnson.
The Talcum Powder Danger Timeline
The first study exploring the link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer was published in the 1970s
Anticancer Research (2003)
16 studies showed a 33% increased risk of ovarian cancer from pelvic talcum powder use.
Cancer Epidemiology (2008)
Harvard researchers studied the link between the use of talcum powder and decided there was a 36% increased risk of ovarian cancer.
Cancer Prevention Research (2013)
This study showed a 20-30% increase in risk of ovarian cancer from Talcum
Powder Talcum Powder Lawsuits Filed
Women who used talcum powder and now have a diagnosis of ovarian cancer are contacting the Talcum Powder Lawsuit Helpline for help and information. People who lost a loved one want to know if they can file a Talcum Powder Lawsuit. They are angry because J & J failed to warn them and their deceased loved one’s of the risks associated with Talcum Powder products.