baby & talcum powder linked to cancers

baby & talcum powder linked to cancers

thousands of individual claims have been filed by victims of talcum & baby powder companies.


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for decades, consumers have used baby & talcum powder products for a variety of hygenic and cosmetic purposes. however, traces of asbestos, a cancer-causing carcinogen, have been found in multiple samples of talc.

now companies like johnson & johnson® are pulling their products off the shelves. those that have been impacted by talcum & baby powder products have options. receiving a legal case review is 100% free and comes with no obligation.


Talcum & baby powder news


imerys®, a talc mining company, announces they will close their north American division to help compensate over 14,000 victims of their products.


johnson & johnson® removes their baby & talcum powder products from store shelves.


33,000 bottles of baby & talcum powder were removed from store shelves after the FDA found traces of asbestos in the products.


a woman was awarded over $25 million after a court ruled her mesothelioma was linked to talcum powder.


A new report states that clear traces of carcinogenic activity were found in consumers who used talc-based products.

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