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Internal Documents Lead To Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Verdict Against Johnson and Johnson

A jury that handed down a large talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit verdict against Johnson & Johnson stated that internal J & J documents presented by the plaintiff's lawyers played a heavy role in their decision to levy more than $70 million in damages against the health care company.

Monday, February 22, 2016 - On of the leading pieces of evidence that led to a St. Louis jury handing down a debilitating talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit verdict to Johnson & Johnson (J&J) were internal documents from the health care company presented by attorneys representing the plaintiff in the case. The lawsuit, which was the first talcum powder case heard before the City of St. Louis Circuit Court, alleged that J&J was aware that there was scientific evidence that substantiate a causal link between talcum powder and an increased risk for contracting ovarian cancer and chose not to share that information with consumers. The jury that heard the case ruled heavily in favor of the plaintiff, ordering J&J to pay $10 million in compensatory damages and an additional $62 million to serve as a punishment for the defendant's actions surrounding the talcum powder allegations.

The talcum powder cancer lawsuit verdict was found in favor of the plaintiff in large part because of internal documents presented as evidence against J&J. The jury found that these documents proved that J&J was aware of the severity concerning the connections being made in the scientific community between their talcum powder products and an increased risk for women using the products regularly to develop ovarian cancer.

The jury foreman went as far to claim that the J&J internal documents were one of the main reasons that they found in favor of the plaintiff and at such a steep cost for the defendant. Their eventual talcum powder lawsuit verdict hinged on the fact that the documents represented J&J as intentionally concealing evidence of a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer from consumers, and that no effort was made to even affix a warning label to their talcum powder products.

The verdict reached by the jury is a big win for the roughly 1,200 talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuits currently pending nationwide. This case was seen as a bellwether for future talcum powder claims that contained similar claims concerning the product's link to ovarian cancer. The verdict increased the chance of a large, lump sum settlement from J&J in the future to settle claims given the huge damage awarded by the jury, and more talcum powder lawsuits are expected to be filed around the country following this trial. The talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuit verdict from the City of St. Louis Circuit Court jury is great news for potential plaintiffs that are looking to file suit against J&J over their talcum powder products.

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Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

As early as the 1970s, ovarian cancer experts have linked the routine use of baby powder for genital hygiene to an increased risk for contracting ovarian cancer. Putting any product that contains talc, including feminine body powders and talcum baby powders, on the genital area yields a 33% higher risk of cancer.

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Baby Powder Ovarian Cancer Warnings

A wide variety of groups, ranging from cancer prevention organizations to states' health departments and even cosmetic industry representatives, have acknowledged the baby powder cancer link. Read the warnings links to numerous baby powder ovarian cancer warning statements.

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Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits

If you or a loved one has suffered from ovarian cancer and have a history of using talcum powder, you may be eligible to participate in a Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit.  Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits, which are NOT class action lawsuits, may ultimately prevent other women from suffering this tragedy.

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