If you were diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have used talcum powder then please contact our attorneys today for a legal evaluation to determine if you may be eligible to receive financial compensation. There is no obligation or cost for you to receive this evaluation.
Published scientific studies show an over 30% increased risk of cancer after long-term genital use of talcum powder, and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies its use as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” For decades, companies promoted talcum powder as a sensible, essential, and safe personal hygiene product.
At Jason J. Joy & Associates, you can be assured that we are on your side and that we will fight for no less than your deserved compensation. Our team of attorneys manages talcum powder settlement claims.
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Evidence links talcum powder to ovarian cancer
Class-action lawsuits were filed by consumers against Johnson & Johnson. Those who filed claimed that Johnson & Johnson’s products containing talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer. Individuals suffering ovarian cancer following routine application of the following talcum powder-containing products may be entitled to financial compensation:
- Johnson’s Baby Powder
- Baby Magic Baby Powder
- McKesson Baby Powder
- Nivea Pure Talc
- Shower to Shower Body Powder
- And other similar products that contain talcum powder
Were you or a loved one diagnosed with ovarian cancer following regular use of talcum powder? Talk with one of our attorneys to discuss a possible settlement.
Contact us for a talcum powder case review
At Jason J. Joy & Associates, you can be assured that we are on your side and that we will fight for no less than your deserved compensation. Our team of attorneys manages talcum powder settlement claims. Contact us today for a without charge, confidential case review.