What You Need to Know
Corporations and medical professionals have known for more than 75 years that talcum powder—once used to powder surgical and latex gloves in the early to mid-20th century—is directly linked to post-operative hazards, granulomas and other abnormalities. In the decades since those health risks—which now include ovarian and other cancers—have become public record, Johnson & Johnson and other pharmaceutical companies have continued to embrace a habitual disregard for the truth and have blatantly refused to warn consumers of the inherent risks of baby powder and other products such as Shower to Shower, which also contain talcum powder.
Consumers are now paying the price for corporations’ greed, and are suffering from ovarian cancer diagnoses, skin abnormalities and other medical conditions that could have been avoided had corporations and the government simply told the truth.
If you or a loved one has used Johnson & Johnson baby powder, Shower to Shower—or other body powder products containing talcum—you may qualify to file a lawsuit.