Have you been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder (a.k.a. Baby Powder)?
The scientific evidence today demonstrates that Talcum Powder use can cause cancer — namely ovarian cancer.
The American Cancer Society estimates that about 22,440 woman will receive a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2017.
There are various risk factors and causes of ovarian cancer, but if you or a loved one has used Johnson & Johnson baby powder or another talcum powder product and been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, you may be entitled to significant compensation.
If you’ve come down with some of these concerns you should call us for a free review of your case: 800-392-4529. Our medical team can take a closer look at whether your talcum powder use could be linked to your diagnoses.
Compared with other states, ovarian cancer rates in Pennsylvania ranked eighth highest in the country for both incidence and death in 2014, according to the Center for Disease Control.
According to the Food & Drug Administration, other talc powder products include CVS Brand Baby Powder, Rite Aid Baby Powder, Anti Monkey Butt Powder, Assured Shower & Bath Absorbent Body Powder, Angel of Mine Baby Powder, Family Dollar Mild Baby Powder, and Shower to Shower Morning Fresh Absorbent Body Powder.
Johnson & Johnson denies that talcum powder causes cancer despite proof of the contrary. Evidence used in the Echeverria’s case included internal documents which revealed that the company has known about the cancer risks of its powder for decades.