Were you diagnosed with Ovarian cancer after using a talc product?
Talcum Powder Lawsuits
Johnson & Johnson began selling Baby Powder more than 100 years ago, marketing it as a symbol of freshness, softness and cleanliness. Not only was it used on babies, but for many women it became a go-to product for feminine hygiene.
Now decades later, after a slew of studies have linked Baby Powder to an increased risk for ovarian cancer, Johnson & Johnson is on the receiving end of hundreds of lawsuits and multi-million dollar jury verdicts. Research has shown that when talc is used on genitals, undergarments and feminine products, particles can travel into the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. The talc can remain there for years, leading to inflammation and the growth of dangerous cancer cells.
Evidence shows that corporate giants such as Johnson & Johnson have long known about the potential risk for baby powder cancer, but continue to market the product at rapid pace without warning consumers.
Learn how you can fight back.
You have the right to expect safe products. When a product jeopardizes your life and livelihood, you also have the right to seek justice. If you or a loved one was diagnosed with cancer after using talcum powder, contact us today. We are committed to holding the responsible parties accountable for your pain and suffering.
The attorneys at McDonald Law Firm are currently investigating talcum powder cancer claims on behalf of women who were diagnosed with ovarian or other gynecological cancers after routine use of talcum powder. If you are suffering or have lost a loved one, we encourage you to contact us today and find out how you can hold the responsible parties accountable for putting profit over patient health. You may be eligible for compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, among other things.