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February 18th, 2015
Using talcum powder can be a great way to feel fresh and clean throughout the day, but what many users may not realize is that certain talcum powders may contain substances that can be very harmful to your body.
Talc is mined form the Earth and contains the elements magnesium, oxygen, and silicon. Unfortunately, talc can also contain other more harmful substances such as asbestos—a naturally occurring compound that can cause deadly forms of cancer.
One of the first talcum powder cancer claims came last year from an Illinois woman who claims using Johnson & Johnson baby powder over the course of several decades caused her to be exposed to harmful substances, which led to her development of ovarian cancer. An article from Consumer Affairs says a similar lawsuit was filed in California as well.
Ovarian cancer isn’t the only disease being linked to the use of talcum powder. Even more consumers have come forward with claims that the use of talcum powder exposed them to asbestos, which in turn caused them to develop mesothelioma—another deadly form of cancer.
At Dudley DeBosier Injury Lawyers, we recognize the serious harm talcum powder may cause users. That’s why our Baton Rouge personal injury lawyers are hopeful decisions being reached in these lawsuits will result in safer products and closure to those who were harmed.
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