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If You Have Cancer & Have Used Baby Powder, You May be Entitled to Significant Compensation

• Johnson & Johnson powders were proven to contain asbestos (a cancer causing agent) 
• J&J failed to notify users of the cancer risk
• To date, juries have awarded more than $4 Billion to Women





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J&J Ordered to Pay Billions in Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuits

During the past few years, Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay billions out to victims and their families over baby powder cancer injury claims including:

• $55 million to a South Dakota woman diagnosed with cancer

• $110 million to a woman in Virginia who developed cancer after baby powder use

• $417 million to a woman in California who blamed baby powder for her cancer

• $70 million to a Missouri woman who also developed cancer after talc use

• $72 million to the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer

• $117 million to a man who blamed his mesothelioma on baby powder use

• $4.6 billion to 22 women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after baby powder use

FDA Issues Safety Alert Warning Consumers to Avoid Using Johnson’s Baby Powder After Testing Positive for Asbestos

OCTOBER 18, 2019 – Thousands of consumers are blaming Johnson & Johnson for hiding that their product is contaminated with cancer-causing asbestos that led to their development of ovarian cancer.

More than 16,800 lawsuits are currently pending across the country, filed on behalf of patients and their loved ones who developed cancer after using the product for personal use.

And while Johnson and Johnson has been denying their baby powder products contain asbestos, the FDA recently found asbestos in J&J’s baby powder and issued a warning to consumers to avoid using it.

Currently these are the known cancers associaled with baby/talcum powder:

• Ovarian

• Uterine

• Mesothelioma

• Peritoneal

• Endometrial

• Fallopian Tube

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