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Fill out the form or chat with our online team to receive a no obligation, FREE Case Review if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using baby or body powder with talc.
Talcum powder, baby powder, and other popular soap and body washes may contain talcum powder, which has been linked to ovarian cancer.
Lawsuits allege that the manufacturers of talcum powder did not do enough to warn consumers about the risk of developing cancer even though manufacturers knew for years about the link to cancer.
If you have developed ovarian cancer and have been a long time user of a product containing talcum powder, call today for a free case review.
What is Talcum Powder?
- Talcum powder, also referred to as talc, is a mineral composed of magnesium and silicon and contains similarities to asbestos, which is a known carcinogen.
- After conducting various studies, the International Agency for Research on Cancer considers talc to be a possible human carcinogen when applied to the genital area.
Lawsuits Allege Manufacturers Were Aware of the Link Between Talc and Cancer Risks
Lawsuits allege manufacturers of talcum powder products knew about the link between using talcum powder near the genital area and ovarian cancer as early as 1971 but did not place a warning label on their products containing talc to warn users.
If you developed ovarian cancer and were a long time user of a talcum powder product, you may be eligible for financial compensation.
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