Talc is often an extracted mineral consisting of magnesium, silicon and oxygen. Over the years, powder (commonly referred to as talc) has been used in a variety of consumer products, including Johnson baby powder and showers product.
There are number of lawsuits against talcum powder manufacturer because of link between talc and ovarian cancer. You may also get the help of national attorneys for talcum powder ovarian cancer lawsuits if you are also suffering from ovarian cancer due to talc.
Over the last few decades, doctors and scientists have found evidence that powder has been linked to ovarian cancer, a very aggressive and fatal disease in women. The earliest study on the subject dates from 1971.
Since then, dozens of scientific studies have been published showing that women who use talcum powder products in the genital area are 20 to 30% higher risk of ovarian cancer.
Company internal documents and external tests on the powder also provide evidence that talc products can be contaminated with other harmful substances such as asbestos, heavy metals and arsenic, and that chemical odors in the product can also be dangerous.
Many attorneys currently represent thousands of women in lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson and other companies responsible for the development and marketing of these products. We are leaders in leading litigation before state and federal courts.
If you or a loved one has used Johnson's Shower to Shower baby powder or shower and has ovarian cancer, if possible, they help you find the compensation you deserve.
Review of expert advice in Johnson and Johnson's claims about powder:
Experts can see the relationship between contaminated talc powder products and ovarian cancer.
Experts can testify that powder causes inflammation and oxidative stress.
Experts can confirm that some personal care products (such as baby powder and bath gel) contain asbestos, fibrous powder, and heavy metals.