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Johnson & Johnson Refuses to Remove Talcum Powders From Shelves

Johnson & Johnson Refuses to Remove Talcum Powders From Shelves

Johnson & Johnson is facing hundreds of lawsuits after research has determined a link between the use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer. After two recent verdicts, many people are urging Johnson & Johnson to remove their talcum powders, Baby Powder and Shower to Shower Powder, from store shelves. The company is denying all accusations of the cancer risk and refuses to stop selling their products. Despite their denial, research has confirmed that talcum powder used on a female’s genitals can result in an ovarian cancer diagnosis.

Juries in St. Louis are agreeing with the evidence that Johnson & Johnson talcum powders caused ovarian cancer in at least two women. The juries awarded two verdicts to plaintiffs in the amounts of $55 million and $72 million. There is also evidence that Johnson & Johnson knew of the cancer risk and chose to increase their profits and place consumers in harm's way. This negligence is now resulting in hundreds of individuals filing lawsuits against the corporation.

If you or a loved one have suffered from ovarian cancer after using Talcum Powder, you must act immediately by contact the experienced product liability attorneys at Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth. Our office is located in downtown St. Louis where the two multi-million dollar talcum powder verdicts were granted. Attempting to fight a large corporation can be intimidating, and that is one of many reasons to contact our experienced attorneys. While we focus on working to hold any company responsible for their negligence, we support you throughout the case. Contact our office today to speak with a St. Louis talcum powder lawsuit attorney today.


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