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Tag Archives: Tennessee Talcum Powder Lawsuits

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Supreme Court Decision Jeopardizes Talcum Powder Lawsuits

By Brad Burnette |

In recent years, a growing body of evidence and court rulings have confirmed a link between the chronic use of talc-containing products, notably baby powder, and ovarian cancer. Johnson & Johnson, the main U.S. supplier of talcum powder, has already faced several jury verdicts ordering it to pay millions of dollars in damages to… Read More »

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Third St. Louis Jury Finds Link Between Talcum Powder, Ovarian Cancer

By Brad Burnette |

Although Johnson & Johnson continues to deny that there is any connection between the use of its talcum powder and ovarian cancer, a third jury in St. Louis, Missouri, has disagreed and awarded a multi-million product liability judgment to a plaintiff who alleged such a link. Jury Awards $65M in Punitive Damages to Stage… Read More »

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Australian Mining Giant Sued Over Talcum Powder, Ovarian Cancer Link

By John Willis |

The link between the use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer continues to draw international attention. Earlier this year, two separate plaintiffs in Missouri won multi-million damage awards against Johnson & Johnson, the leading U.S. distributor of talcum powder, which the company has long marketed as a feminine hygiene product. And now a new… Read More »

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Do Talcum Powder Manufacturers Have a “Duty to Warn” Women About Ovarian Cancer Risks?

By John Willis |

For several decades scientists have been researching the link between women’s use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer. While government regulatory agencies have yet to declare such a link exists, that has not prevented juries in states like South Dakota and Missouri from holding the manufacturers of talcum powder—notably Johnson & Johnson, the world’s… Read More »

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Does Using Baby Powder Cause Ovarian Cancer?

By Brad Burnette |

Millions of mothers use talcum powder—generally marketed under the label of “baby powder”—to treat diaper rash in their infant children. Talcum powder is also used by mothers on their own bodies, typically through application to undergarments and private parts, to cool down their groin area and mask vaginal odors. Manufacturers of talcum powder, notably… Read More »

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