There are a variety of products on the market that are intended to promote personal hygiene for women and children. Women, in particular, have relied on these products for years to maintain their personal hygiene. However, evidence shows that talcum powder is harmful to a woman’s health.
Have you used talcum powder for personal hygiene and later suffered complications, you may be entitled to compensation.
Are you suffering from ovarian cancer related to talcum powder use?
What is Talcum Powder?
The American Cancer Society defines talcum powder as a powder that is made from talc, a mineral composed of magnesium, silicon, and oxygen. The product is widely marketed to eliminate and prevent the accumulation of excess moisture. Talcum powder is the main ingredient in many hygienic products sold in the United States, including baby powder, body powder, feminine hygiene products, lotions, eyeshadows, deodorants, and more.
Women often use products containing talcum powder for hygienic purposes. The main products on the market for this use are Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder, Shower to Shower, which is manufactured by Valeant Pharmaceuticals, and Baby Magic Baby Powder.
Serious Health Concerns – Ovarian Cancer
Talcum powder use has been linked to problems in many individuals. Regular use of talcum powder has been associated with causing ovarian cancer.
Studies have found that regular use of products containing talcum powder near one’s genital area is known to cause ovarian cancer. In fact, frequent use of the powder for personal hygiene is said to increase the risk of ovarian cancer by 30%.
Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits
If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have regularly used talcum powder for feminine hygiene, you need an experienced attorney on your side who will work tirelessly to get you the relief you deserve. Our attorneys are experienced litigators who can handle your claim from start to finish.
Consult with an Experienced Attorney
Martin, Harding, & Mazzotti, LLP is a personal injury law firm with locations throughout New York and Vermont. Our firm concentrates on personal injury litigation and has handled thousands of personal injury claims. Our attorneys are licensed to handle claims in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, District of Columbia, Michigan, California, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The first step to obtaining relief is contacting one of our attorneys to determine your rights to relief.