Did Talcum Powder Cause Your Ovarian Cancer?

For decades, companies have touted talcum powder ("baby powder") as a safe product for women and children alike. For this reason, countless women have made it a standard part of their personal hygiene routine. Unfortunately, talcum powder manufacturers failed to mention that frequent use could lead to more than smooth, fresh-smelling skin - it could also lead to ovarian cancer.

If you were diagnosed with cancer related to long-term talcum powder use in the genital area, turn to The Mahoney Law Firm, P.C. We have been representing victims of defective products for more than 40 years. From our headquarters in Denver, our lawyers are available to advise you and advocate on your behalf anywhere in Colorado or Wyoming. Let us pursue the justice and fair compensation you and your family deserve.

Our law firm has already obtained verdicts in talcum powder lawsuits. Let us put our experience and knowledge to work for you, too.

We handle cases related to:

  • Johnson's Baby Powder by Johnson & Johnson
  • Baby Magic Baby Powder
  • Shower to Shower by Valeant Pharmaceuticals
  • Other personal hygiene products containing talc

Experts Warn About The Serious Side Effects

The International Journal of Gynecological Cancer reportedly stated that a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer increases by 30 to 60 percent if she frequently uses talcum powder on her genital area. The more often she uses it, the higher the risk of cancer.

Long-term use of baby powder on infants has also been associated with the risk of pneumonia and asthma caused by irritation of the lungs.

Juries Have Already Awarded Millions Of Dollars

More than 1,200 talcum powder lawsuits have already been filed across the U.S. In February 2016, a Missouri jury awarded $72 million to the family of a woman who died after using Johnson's Baby Powder for more than three decades. A few months later, the court awarded $55 million to another woman who had used the product for decades before developing ovarian cancer.

Learn About Your Rights In A Free Consultation

If you believe talcum powder may have caused your ovarian cancer or led to the death of a loved one, call The Mahoney Law Firm, P.C., at 303-800-3168 or contact our attorneys online to discuss your rights and options. The consultation is free, and we charge no fees unless we recover compensation for you.