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Article Suggests that African American Women May Be Disproportionately Affected by Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer

A recent editorial published by Time suggests that African American women were disproportionately and strategically targeted by talcum powder advertisers, and may now face a greater risk of developing ovarian cancer. By failing to warn consumers about the serious health risks associated with regular talc use for feminine hygiene purposes,…

May 26th, 2016 Read More
1987 Study Shows Perineal Exposure to Talc and Ovarian Cancer Risk

A 1992 published study shows an increased risk between long-term talcum use and ovarian cancer. This issue has been long debated and discussed for over 35 years in the medical and manufacturing community, yet major corporations like Johnson & Johnson made the decision not to add warning labels to their…

May 20th, 2016 Read More
1,200 New Plaintiffs File Suit Against Johnson & Johnson Following Recent Verdicts

Since February of 2016, Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay more than $127 million in total damages to two women that have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using J&J products containing talcum powder. These two separate verdicts have established that there is a clear scientific link between…

May 17th, 2016 Read More
J&J Hit With $55M Verdict in Ovarian Cancer Trial

On Tuesday, 5/3, a jury awarded $55 million to a woman who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson baby powder. Read more about this verdict here.

May 13th, 2016 Read More
J&J Ordered to Pay $72 Million in Damages in Talcum Powder Lawsuit

A jury in St. Louis awarded $72 million in damages to the family of a woman who died of ovarian cancer after regularly using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder. Read more about this verdict here.

April 28th, 2016 Read More