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Johnson & Johnson's Powders Contain Cancer Causing Ingredients

Johnson & Johnson's Powders Contain Cancer Causing Ingredients

The link between ovarian cancer and the use of Johnson & Johnson’s talc products has become clear to the public. Jurors have found Johnson & Johnson guilty of using talc in their products while knowing the risks of ovarian cancer and concealing the truth. This lawsuit will make a profound mark on the way consumers and manufacturers relate. The public can no longer assume manufacturers are choosing the safest ingredients for in personal care products.

Today, many personal care products are still sold in stores containing chemicals with known links to health problems, with no warning labels, such as talcum powder. Did you know that companies in the U.S. are allowed to manufacture health and beauty products with ingredients that require no safety testing and are not forced to disclose all the ingredients? The Johnson & Johnson story will open the doors for consumers to demand stricter safety standards and better disclosure provisions on all healthy and beauty products. U.S. standards trail in comparison to the high standards of other countries. The American consumer should fight for their right to know what is in a product and if an ingredient has any known health risk.

If you or someone you love has developed ovarian cancer and have used Johnson & Johnson products containing talc, contact St. Louis’ best product liability attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC. A trusted legal professional at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, is waiting to hear your story and give a free, no-obligation consultation. Contact us at our downtown St. Louis office today.

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