Thousands of powder lawsuits have been filed against Johnson & Johnson. Nearly 23,000 American women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and some are due to the use of the powder. In fact, research has consistently shown that exposure to asbestos increases the risk of ovarian cancer.
This exposure can come from using talc-based powder products, such as baby powder. Evidence has also come to light that Johnson & Johnson, a multi-billion dollar company knew for decades that cancer associated with baby powder and that there is a problem with talcum powder.
If you or a loved one diagnosed with cervical cancer, ovarian, or mesothelioma and you have a history of using the powder, please contact talc Lawsuit Lawyer as soon as possible. There is a chance that your cancer associated with the use of powder.
There is evidence that the product powder can increase the risk of developing ovarian cancer in women who use it regularly for years. The powder has been marketed and sold as health products for more than a century.
Furthermore, the product has been used as a feminine hygiene product, moisture absorbent, and has many other uses. However, researchers found a relationship between applying powder to the female genitals and a 30 percent greater risk of ovarian cancer.
Now, Johnson & Johnson face thousands of litigations because they failed to expose the risk of the use of powder to millions of consumers for decades, as well as lawsuits also suggested the use of the product powder can cause mesothelioma.