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Talcum Powder Links to Ovarian Cancer

As early as 1971, researchers identified a link between ovarian cancer and the use of talcum powder. In recent years the American Cancer Society and American Association for Cancer Research have published data that suggests women who use talcum powder products for genital hygiene purposes are at a significantly increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. Products like Shower to Shower by Johnson & Johnson which were specifically marketed for female hygiene purposes, are of particular concern.

If you or someone you love used talcum powder and developed ovarian cancer, call 1-800-Get-Paid immediately to file a potential claim. Our talcum powder lawyers will fight hard to get you the compensation you deserve

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If you are faced with a diagnosis of ovarian cancer and have regularly used talcum powder, an attorney could potentially help you file a lawsuit against the manufacturer. Ovarian cancer is an extremely serious form of cancer and you deserve compensation for your injuries.

In addition to potential personal injury cases, family members who have lost a loved one to ovarian cancer can potentially still seek compensation for their loss in a wrongful death lawsuit. In order to know if you qualify for legal retribution, you must contact a lawyer as soon as possible.

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If You’ve Experienced Any of the Symptoms After Using Baby Powder or Talcum Powder

What is Talc?

Talc is a mineral that made of mostly of magnesium, silicon, and oxygen, which is used in many hygiene, health & beauty products. It is used in baby powder, hygiene powder and cosmetic powder products control moisture and prevent rashes.

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms


- Vaginal bleeding
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
- Frequent bloating
- Pain in the belly or pelvis
- Abdominal pressure, fullness, swelling
- Changes in bowel or bladder habits (constipation, frequent urination, etc.)
- Persistent fatigue
- Low back pain
- Loss of appetite or feeling full

Talcum Powder Lawsuits: Ovarian Cancer

Manufacturers of talc-based products, such as Johnson & Johnson, allegedly failed to inform consumers of the known risks of ovarian cancer when talcum powder products are used in genital hygiene. In fact in 2013 during the first talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit, a lawyer for the corporate giant acknowledged that they had known about the risk between baby powder and ovarian cancer for years but chose not to include a consumer warning because they did not think the risk was significant. The plaintiff, who won her case against the large corporation, used talcum powder for decades, which included Shower to Shower body powder by Johnson & Johnson. The jury found that Johnson & Johnson failed to warn users of their talc products of the increased risk of ovarian cancer.

If you or a family member were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using talc-based baby powder or other body powder products, you may be entitled to compensation by filing a talcum powder lawsuit. Call 1-800-Get-Paid today for a FREE, no-obligation consultation with one of our talcum powder lawyers

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Record Lawsuits

A Los Angeles jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $417 million to a hospitalized woman who claimed in a lawsuit that the talc in the company’s iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene.

The verdict in the lawsuit brought by the California woman, Eva Echeverria, marks the largest sum awarded in a series of talcum powder lawsuit verdicts against Johnson & Johnson in courts around the U.S.The verdict came after a St. Louis, Missouri jury in May awarded $110.5 million to a Virginia woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012.

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If you choose to hire an experienced Talcum powder lawyer you know you will have a strong advocate fighting for your rights. The Talcum Powder lawyers featured on InjuryLawyer360.com have been hand-picked as the best attorneys in the country. They have successfully represented victims of asbestos exposure, and can offer you the same attention and dedication. Contact a Talcum Powder lawyer using us today.

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Our firm believes exposure to talcum powder would not have occurred if they were warned of the hazards and to be able to make a smart decision to avoid it. We also believe that people who suffer from ovarian cancer should be compensated for their mental anguish, lost wages, diminished quality of life, permanent health condition, and psychological damage.

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