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Were You Diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer After Using Talcum Powder?

Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower brand powder products have been linked to the development of ovarian cancer when used for feminine hygiene. If you or a loved one has received this devastating diagnosis and suspect that talcum powder usage may have been to blame, we urge you to contact Metzger Wickersham for a free case review. You may be owed substantial compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages. To date, Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to injured consumers and surviving family members.

Call a talcum powder attorney today at (888) 286-2850 to see if you have a case – your initial consultation is free.

Why Choose Metzger Wickersham for your Talcum Powder Case?

  • Trusted. Metzger Wickersham is an established law firm that has served injured Pennsylvanians since 1888.
  • Focused. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience solely handling personal injury and wrongful death cases – we know how to get results!
  • Accomplished. We have achieved numerous 7-figure and high-6-figure recoveries for our clients.
  • Accessible. We’re available 24/7 to offer you immediate help and offer home and hospital visits for your convenience.

Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer?

Evidence dating back at least three or four decades reveals that talc, a natural mineral and key ingredient in talcum powder, may be linked to the development of ovarian cancer when used in the genital region. When used for this purpose, the particles can travel into the body and lodge into the uterus, causing irritation that can eventually lead to the formation of malignant tumors. While research is not conclusive on whether talc is a human carcinogen, many believe there is enough of a risk that powder manufacturers should place a warning label on their products. Johnson & Johnson has so far refused to do so. Meanwhile, nearly 127,000 women have died from ovarian cancer that may be linked to talcum powder.

Allegations Against Johnson & Johnson

While Johnson & Johnson continues to defend the safety of its product, there are currently over 4,800 plaintiffs who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and who have filed suit against the company alleging that the company failed to properly warn consumers of the risk associated with use of their product. Victims and families nationwide are now taking a stand and fighting back against this injustice.

Johnson & Johnson has been accused of:

  • Failure to warn
  • Breach of implied warranty
  • Manufacturer negligence and conspiracy
  • Violating the Unfair Competition Law
  • Violating business & professions codes

Speak with a Pennsylvania Talcum Powder Cancer Attorney Today

If you or a loved one developed ovarian cancer and have questions about your rights, call Metzger Wickersham for a risk-free case review. We would be happy to discuss the merits of your case, answer your questions, and inform you of what your legal options are moving forward.

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