Plaintiffs in the Johnson & Johnson talcum powder litigation have obtained a number of plaintiffs verdicts in the past several years. These lawsuits against the talc manufacturer allege that plaintiffs developed ovarian cancer after using the talc-based powder in the genital area. In 2016 and 2017, Johnson & Johnson was defendant in four verdicts in ovarian...Read more
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After 30 years of using Johnson & Johnson’s Shower-to-Shower product, Candace Lewis is taking the medical and consumer products company to court over the talcum powder product that may have caused her ovarian cancer, diagnosed in 2013. According to the complaint, at least 23 studies dating back to 1971 prove a positive correlation between genital talcum...Read more
After a 2013 study published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research showed that women who use talcum powder may have a 20-30% higher risk of ovarian cancer than non-users of the product, a new 2014 study has revealed even more risks of cancer connected to the use of talc. This study was performed to investigate...Read more