Talcum powder is used by women for hygiene purposes and long term use of talcum powder for feminine hygiene has been shown by studies to be linked with ovarian cancer. The Drug Injury Legal Group is currently investigating talcum powder cancer lawsuits. The major manufacturers of talcum powder have been accused of failing to warn of the potential for cancer associated with talcum powder. If you or anyone you know has been diagnosed with cancer linked to talcum powder use, please contact us to have a talcum powder cancer case evaluation free of charge.
Talcum powder ovarian cancer has been investigated by consumer groups for decades and there have been numerous studies linking talcum powder usage to ovarian cancer going back to the 1980s. However, the manufacturers of the powder have stubbornly insisted that there is no talcum powder ovarian cancer link. There have been recent developments, including testimony in a recent lawsuit in which it was admitted that executives at a major talcum powder manufacturer knew of the talcum powder ovarian cancer association. If you would like to discuss talcum powder ovarian cancer risk with one of our lawyers today, please contact us.