talcum powder ovarian cancer

talcum powder ovarian cancer
talcum powder spilled into hand from overturned container

Johnson & Johnson to Pay a Record $417 Million In Lawsuit Linking Baby Powder to Ovarian Cancer

A Los Angeles jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million to a woman suffering from ovarian cancer linked to the use of baby powder. The baby powder is linked to ovarian cancer when used regularly as a feminine hygiene product. The company that continuously failed to warn consumers of the potential risks associated…
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Cancer Organizations Have Warned Consumers About Risks of Talcum Powder for Years

Regular use of talcum powder on the genital area has been linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson products that contain talc, including Johnson’s Baby Powder® and Shower to Shower®, pose a serious health risk to thousands of women. Many members of the scientific community have dedicated years to studying the…