It is estimated that more than 10,000 women have developed ovarian cancer after being exposed to talcum powder products like Johnson’s Baby Powder, J&J’s Shower to Shower, and Baby Magic’s Baby Powder.
In 2016, juries in Missouri awarded a total of almost $200 million to women and their families after they claimed that regular use of talcum powder led them to develop ovarian cancer. There is no guarantee that past results are predictive of future outcomes.
If you or a loved one has developed ovarian cancer after using one of these talcum powder products for personal hygiene use for an extended period of time, a lawsuit may be an option. Despite knowledge of the dangers presented by these products, manufacturers failed to warn consumers like you of those dangers.