The J & J talcum powder ovarian cancer link debacle is one of the most recent instances of breach of trust from the company whose baby powder has been a trusted household product for generations. While technically neither a dangerous drug nor a dangerous medical device, the J & J talcum powder lawsuits have been one of the most talked-about issues over the past few years...
Harris County has suffered a major impact following a massive recall involving medical devices used to preserve blood evidence following a DWI arrest. In fact, as many as 11,000 DWI cases in Harris County could potentially be impacted by recalled test tubes...
Uloric is a drug manufactured by Takeda, approved by the FDA in 2009 and used for gout—nearly 8.3 million adults in the United States have gout. Unfortunately, there are many dangers associated with Uloric, some of them more serious than others. According to the manufacturer, when taken...
Johnson & Johnson—who often refer to themselves as the most trusted pharmaceutical company in the world—is facing thousands of lawsuits which claim J & J’s baby powder with talc, when used for feminine hygiene purposes, caused their ovarian cancer. J & J has consistently denied that their baby powder with talc or Shower to Shower with talc could cause ovarian cancer...
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