Talcum Powder Lawsuit

Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit

If you or a loved one developed ovarian cancer after using a personal hygiene product containing potentially dangerous talcum powder contact a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawyer at the Greensboro Law Center for a free case evaluation.

The lawsuit involving talcum powder claims the manufacturers failed to warn users of the increased risk of ovarian cancer caused by using talc-based products for personal hygiene use. Specifically, the lawsuits claim that the manufacturers of talcum powder have known for more than 40 years there is a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer. However, these companies intentionally made the decision not to warn women that the powder could cause cancer if it entered the ovaries through the vagina, uterus, and fallopian tubes after being applied to the genital area or on sanitary napkins, diaphragms, or condoms. The most popular products containing talcum powder include:

    •    Johnson’s Baby Powder by Johnson & Johnson
    •    Shower to Shower by Valeant Pharmaceuticals
    •    Baby Magic Baby Powder

If you or a loved one developed ovarian cancer after using a product containing talcum powder, call the Greensboro law Center for a free, confidential, no obligation, consultation with one of our attorneys.

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