Harvard Doctor Makes Talcum Powder Lawsuit News
Consumers alarmed by talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit news story on the work of a Harvard epidemiologist; Dr. Daniel Cramer estimates 10,000 cases of ovarian cancer per year connected to talcum powder products.
Wednesday, Feburary 10, 2016 - A doctor from Harvard has claimed that the link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer may result in as many as 10,000 contractions of ovarian cancer every year. Harvard Epidemiologist Dr. Daniel Cramer deduced, based on research he conducted concerning a talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit, that the numbers of women being diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year connected to talcum powder could be staggeringly high.
While doctor Cramer’s research is not particularly recent talcum powder cancer lawsuit news, it does shed light in lawsuits pending in courts around the nation today. Dr. Cramer conducted his research on a woman who filed a lawsuit talcum powder ovarian cancer suit against the company Johnson & Johnson (J&J), Deane Berg. Ms. Berg allowed Dr. Cramer and two associates to study one of the cancerous tumors that had been extracted from her body to look into a possible correlation between the talcum powder products that she had been using and the ovarian cancer she was later diagnosed with. The doctors looked at the cancerous tissue that had been taken from Ms. Berg with an electron microscope and found there were indeed talc particles embedded in the tissue.
It was after the talcum powder ovarian cancer research conducted with Ms. Berg’s tissues that Dr. Cramer came to the conclusion that this link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer could be present in as many as 10,000 women per year. The declaration wasn’t based solely on this study either, as Dr. Cramer has conducted research concerning talcum powder and its connection to ovarian cancer for more than 30 years. His research into the field is widely used among the more than 1,000 cases currently pending around the nation, which are the subject of recent talcum powder ovarian cancer news reports. Dr. Cramer’s talcum powder research is part of the evidence plaintiffs are bringing against J&J to prove that not only is there sound scientific evidence backing a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, but that J&J was aware of the research that proved this link and chose to continue to market their talcum products without warning consumers.
The sheer numbers Dr. Cramer lays out with his 10,000 estimation are significant considering the total number of current talcum powder lawsuits is currently in the 1,000s. Plaintiffs around the country have filed suit against J&J, according to attorneys reporting on national talcum powder lawsuit news, but Dr. Cramer’s claim could indicate that massive settlements could be coming for those affected by the link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer if the lawsuits begin to be ruled upon favorably in courts. J&J’s Shower to Shower and Baby Powder products, the two main causes of ovarian cancer referenced in the lawsuits, are popular products and J&J even recommended as a part of their marketing that women use them once a day.
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