BREAKING NEWS: Over $197 Million Awarded to Women with Ovarian Cancer

Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuits

Women who use baby powder for feminine hygiene are at risk for developing ovarian cancer. See if you may be entitled to compensation by filing a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson.

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Baby Powder Ovarian Cancer Warnings

Research shows that ovarian cancer is caused by dusting with talcum powder. J&J officials continue to deny the scientific facts, and baby powder cancer victims are winning lawsuits for false advertising and fraud. Read talcum powder cancer warnings here.

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Find an Attorney for Talcum Powder Lawsuits

If you or a loved one has suffered from ovarian cancer, you may be eligible for compensation through a talcum powder cancer lawsuit.  Talcum powder ovarian cancer lawyers are providing free case reviews for national baby powder claims.

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Can I File a Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuit?

If you or a loved one has suffered from ovarian cancer after using baby powder, you may be entitled to compensation through filing a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit. Women and their family members have won major lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson in the past year for misleading and fraudulent advertising. We have won $55 million and $72 million in two prominent baby powder lawsuits in 2016.

Do I Qualify to File a Talcum Powder Lawsuit?

Baby Powder Causes Ovarian Cancer.

Study after study conducted since the 1970s has demonstrated the correlation between talcum powder use and ovarian cancer. Harvard epidemiologist Dr. Daniel Cramer estimates nearly half of new ovarian cancer cases each year stem from baby powder use. Despite decades' worth of scientific research indicating a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, baby powder product labels do not warn consumers of the risk.

Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Link

Premier Baby Powder Cancer Attorneys Provide Answers

These talcum powder attorneys have won significant settlements ($55 - $72 million) for women and their families in baby powder cancer lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson. Here they provide answers to common questions about filing a claim.

Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuit FAQs

Third Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Ends in $70 Million Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson - October 27, 2016

Consumers Unaware of Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Risk

The baby powder ovarian cancer link was detected as early as the 1970s, yet talc remains unregulated in the United States and baby powder manufacturer Johnson & Johnson continues to profit off talc-based hygiene products. Studies show that regular talcum powder use for genital hygiene puts women at an increased risk of developing ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is a deadly disease that took an estimated 14,000 lives in the United States during 2013. One expert on baby powder ovarian cancer, the Harvard epidemiologist Dr. Daniel Cramer, estimates that 10,000 women contract ovarian cancer each year from using talcum powder.Baby powder ovarian cancer lawsuits assert that the pharmaceutical giant neglected to warn consumers of dangers associated with regular use of talc-based products such as Johnson's Baby Powder and Shower to Shower.

During 2013, the first baby powder cancer lawsuit was won against Johnson & Johnson. The jury in a South Dakota federal court found that talcum powder use caused a woman to develop ovarian cancer. During the course of the trial, an attorney representing Johnson & Johnson stated the company had been aware of the research showing a talcum powder ovarian cancer link for some time but did not believe the link to have been proven or the danger adequate to require a warning to consumers. Subsequent talcum powder cancer lawsuits confirmed the link between talc and ovarian cancer in 2016, awarding plaintiffs $55 and $72 million, respectively.

Why File a Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuit?

Baby powder cancer lawsuits are one among many types of product liability suits against Johnson & Johnson at this time. The pharmaceutical giant has announced an alarming string of product recalls and warnings in recent months and years. A wide variety of Tylenol products were recalled in 2012 and 2013, and dosage amounts and warnings labels were adjusted to account for Tylenol liver damage problems. DePuy hip replacement parts were recalled and a record settlement was reached in 2013 after tens of thousands of metal parts failed. Yet Johnson & Johnson reported more than $67 billion in earnings during 2012, and profit margins have been steadily on the rise since. It is a sad reality that sometimes only the threat of litigation and major settlements motivates a company to become a better corporate citizen

Persons or their loved ones who have developed ovarian cancer and have a history of using talc baby powder may be entitled to compensation for damages and losses they have suffered as a result of talcum powder cancer. No amount of compensation can make up for the suffering or loss that comes with cancer, but talcum powder cancer lawsuits can also help to exert pressure for future baby powder cancer warning labels. The Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuit Center provides a resource to the public on baby powder cancer risks and warnings, as well as information about filing a baby powder cancer lawsuit and how to contact a talcum powder lawyer for a free consultation.

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