Many women use powder for years to help them stay dry and fresh. They will apply powder to their sanitary napkins or directly into their genitals.
Some women who believed Johnson & Johnson provide safe, effective products for decades now facing talcum powder cancer or cervical/ovarian cancer. Numerous studies and anecdotal evidence from thousands of women also show a possible link.
If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and talc-based powder used on your genitals, you may be able to file a lawsuit powder associated with your diagnosis.
Not all lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson and other manufacturers of products centered on women with ovarian cancer. Some of them come from other users of the products of powder that may have led to inhale the powder.
The powder is a naturally occurring mineral that must be mined. In many products where there is talc, an element known as asbestos is also common. It is equally harmful minerals previously used for insulation but now known to cause serious health problems such as mesothelioma and lung cancer.
If you regularly use baby powder or talcum powder gets exposed in some other way and now face asbestos-related cancer, you may be eligible to file lawsuit powdered talc or join a class action already underway.