American Women Wake Up From A Johnson's Baby Powder Ovarian Cancer Nightmare
Thousands of women with ovarian cancer are now coming forward to file lawsuits now that the Johnson's Baby Powder denial stage may be over
Tuesday, January 5, 2021 - Women with ovarian cancer that have used Johnson's Baby Powder regularly for many years are concerned that they may have developed ovarian cancer. According to the World Cancer Research Fund ovarian cancer is a life-threatening illness that must be taken seriously. According to the WCRF, "Ovarian cancer is the eighth most commonly occurring cancer in women and the 18th most commonly occurring cancer overall. There were nearly 300,000 new cases in 2018." Women between the age of 20 and 40 should watch their reproductive system health closely to try and detect ovarian cancer at its earliest and most treatable stage. The Mayo Clinic tells women to watch for the following symptoms that could lead one to suspect cancer. "abdominal bloating or swelling, quickly feeling full when eating, weight loss, discomfort in the pelvis area, changes in bowel habits, such as constipation, and the frequent need to urinate." Women that have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer say they first noticed abdominal pain and persistent bloating. Talcum powder cancer attorneys offer a free no obligation consultation to people harmed from talcum powder use.
Women and mothers around the world are worried that they may have accidentally exposed their infants and themselves to asbestos, a deadly carcinogen when they sprinkled Johnson's Baby powder on their infant's bottoms while changing their diaper, and also when they used the product themselves to feel and smell cleaner and fresher. Millions of African American women living in the humid, southern part of the US were the subject of Johnson's Baby Powder and Shower to Shower advertising starting in the 1970s, imploring them to use the product for feminine hygiene. The majority of lawsuits filed against Johnson & Johnson are by women who have developed ovarian cancer. Dozens of women have been awarded billions of dollars by juries incensed by Johnson & Johnson's alleged coverup of what they knew and now appears to be obvious; that Johnson's Baby Powder made from talc is contaminated with asbestos, a known carcinogen. Johnson & Johnson internal company memos dating back to the early 1970s that were made public during court proceedings indicate the company knew that talc was being mined adjacent to asbestos and that, given the increased mesothelioma rates in the adjacent neighborhoods, cross-contamination was probable. Investigators have discovered that Johnson & Johnson has seeded key cosmetic review committees at the Food and Drug Administration with retired life-long Johnson & Johnson employees that may have influenced regulators to look the other way when deciding the best way to test talc for the presence of asbestos. Both the FDA and independent microscope researchers working for plaintiffs suing Johnson & Johnson have found asbestos in Johnson's Baby Powder. More sensitive and accurate asbestos testing methods have been proposed by the FDA recently. No action has been taken. It is up to women with ovarian cancer and men and women with mesothelioma that have used Johnson's Baby Powder and Shower to Shower to come forward and contact a Johnson's Baby Powder Cancer Lawyer to file a claim and hold the company responsible for their negligence.