Did you or a loved one develop Ovarian Cancer and have been using Talcum Powder?
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$72 Million Paid Out to a Ovarian Cancer Victim Who was Using Talcum Powder.
How does ovarian cancer caused by talc use happen?
Talcum powder can cause cancer in the ovaries if the powder particles travel through the vagina, uterus, and fallopian tubes to the ovaries. Talc particles can stay there for decades, causing inflammation in tissue. This can contribute to the development of cancer. This may occur if the powder is applied directly to genitals or on sanitary pads, diaphragms, or condoms.
Talc powder Lawsuits are being filed every day
In February 2016, a jury in St. Louis City awarded $72 million in damages on a woman’s claim that longtime use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder contributed to the ovarian cancer that killed her. More than 1,200 talcum powder cancer lawsuits have already been filed over the increased risk of ovarian cancer due to regular talcum powder use.
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Certain claims are limited with the passage of time. Accordingly, the time to act is now. If you or a loved one regularly used talc products and developed ovarian cancer, please contact us for a consultation about Johnson and Johnson baby powder lawsuit. If we don’t win your case, there is not cost to you.
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$72 million was paid to a woman’s claim that use of Johnson & Johnson baby powder contributed to the ovarian cancer that killed her. More than 1,200 more talcum powder cancer lawsuits have already been filed. Call Us Today to see if you qualify for a payout!
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