The last few years have been difficult ones for Johnson & Johnson regarding the thousands of baby powder ovarian cancer lawsuits which have been filed against the company. Those who used Johnson & Johnson baby powder with talc or Shower to Shower with talc for feminine hygiene purposes and later developed ovarian cancer could have a valid claim against the pharmaceutical giant.
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...
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...
The beleaguered Johnson & Johnson was recently cleared of liability in a mesothelioma lawsuit. Fifty-eight-year-old Ricardo Rimondi and his wife sued Johnson & Johnson in 2017, alleging a lifetime of exposure to Johnson’s Shower to Shower and its iconic Johnson’s Baby Powder caused his disease due to the asbestos found in the talc...
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