Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

Johnson & Johnson has known about the cancer-causing risks of talcum powder for more than four decades. They have done nothing to stop producing the products, and they have done nothing to protect the women who use their products daily. For decades, women have used Baby Powder and Shower to Shower regularly, completely unaware of the risk that this part of their daily routine is causing to their health.

If you or a loved one has received an ovarian cancer diagnosis and believes the cancer may have been caused by using talcum powder, talk to our lawyers. At The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham, in North Carolina, our attorneys provide experienced, well-researched and timely legal help to women and their families. Call us today at -888-698-9975 to arrange a free case evaluation.

Talcum Powder Is Used in Everyday Products

Talc is a clay mineral containing hydrous magnesium silicate — talcum powder is the loose, powdery substance form of talc. Most people know talcum powder as Johnson & Johnson's Baby Powder or Shower to Shower. Women have used these products for years upon years, potentially exposing themselves to the harmful talc particles that can travel through the vagina, uterus and fallopian tubes to the ovaries. Exposure to the talc particles has been linked to ovarian cancer.

While Johnson & Johnson is aware of the increased risk of developing ovarian cancer due to talcum powder use, they have not halted production, marketing or sales of the products. Innocent women have suffered needlessly. Families have watched their wives, mothers and sisters suffer due to Johnson & Johnson's greed. We are committed to doing our part to putting an end to this.

Let's Talk About It In A Free Consultation

The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham, in North Carolina, is ready to take a stand on behalf of women who have developed ovarian cancer due to talcum powder use.

We can explain your rights and discuss your options. Call us today at 888-698-9975 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation.