More than 4,000 women and grieving families have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson. Six of these claims have gone to trial, with patients and their loved ones securing over $700 million in compensation. But the litigation is still growing.
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Thousands of patients are beginning to wonder why Johnson & Johnson has never informed the public about talc’s link to ovarian cancer.
By now, you’ve probably seen a TV commercial informing ovarian cancer patients of a recent surge in baby powder lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
Women Say Talcum Powder Causes Ovarian Cancer
Numerous law firms have begun producing commercials on the topic, alerting women to the possibility of legal action. In many of these ads, attorneys say that decades of medical research have linked Johnson & Johnson’s popular talc-based body powders to an increased risk of ovarian cancer. But as many women have noted, the baby powders don’t have any warning about this potentially devastating risk.
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