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Talcum Powder users have been awarded tens of millions of dollars in ovarian cancer and mesothelioma compensation.
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Alarmingly, Johnson & Johnson failed to warn consumers using Talcum Powder of increased risk of ovarian cancer and
mesothelioma for more than 40 years.
Talcum Powder users like you have filed lawsuits after developing mesothelioma due to inhalation of the talcum powder as
some talcum powders may contain asbestos. Users have also filed lawsuits after developing ovarian cancer having used the
powder for personal hygiene.
Your ability to claim damages may be time sensitive.