Talc lawsuit claims the manufacturer failed to warn the user of talc of an increased risk of mesothelioma and ovarian cancer when female use these products for hygiene.
Many law firm sought compensation for individuals who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and ovarian cancer or who have significant exposure to the powder, including Johnson's Baby Powder.
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The lawsuit claims talc powder maker has been well-known for more than 40 years that there is a connection between the use of products and mesothelioma and ovarian cancer.
Still, these companies intentionally made the choice not to notify women that the powder can result in cancer into the lungs after being applied to individual hygiene, and particularly when applied in the genital area or pads or condom.
Women who use talcum powder frequent power for personal hygiene had a 30% higher chance of getting cancer.
The main talc products used for individual hygiene are: Johnson Baby Powder by Johnson & Johnson; Shower to bath by Valeant Pharmaceuticals; and Baby Magic Baby Powder.
The most serious potential side effects of women who use talcum powder is ovarian cancer (caused by dust entering the ovaries) and mesothelioma (which is caused by the powder into the lungs).
According to the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, frequent use of talc in the genital area of women increases the risk of cancer among 30-60%. The more often women use it, the more likely he or she will develop cancer.