Helping Women With Ovarian Cancer From Talcum Powder

For decades, talcum powder companies marketed their products as safe. However, they did not tell the public that talcum powder could cause women to develop ovarian cancer. As a result, thousands of women and their families are now speaking out against the potential hazards of talcum powder and those who made it.

If you regularly used talcum powder or are still using it today, you may be at risk.

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Because talcum powder was thought to be safe for decades, you may have questions about your health and future if you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. If you used talcum powder on yourself or your children, you should learn about the potential health risks, treatments and legal options. Our site will provide you with the information you need to get justice for your talcum powder cancer.

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Talcum Powder Cancer Legal Options

If your cancer was caused by neglectful talcum powder companies, you deserve legal compensation. You may not want to file a lawsuit. However, getting legal help can:

  • Reduce your burden
  • Lead to financial aid
  • Provide justice

Talcum Products Linked to Cancer

Products that use the mineral talc as an ingredient may increase your chances of developing cancer. Hundreds of products contain talc. Common products that contain talc or talcum powder include:

  • Baby Powder
  • Makeup & Cosmetics
  • Deodorant
  • Medications

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Talcum powder may contain small amounts of cancerous materials. However, cancerous particles in talc can mutate their cells. If not caught early on, ovarian cancer can be deadly. Women were led to believe talcum powder was safe and as a result used many products that contained talc such as cosmetics and feminine hygiene powders.

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1 out of 78

women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

Ovarian Cancer by the Numbers

About 1 in 75 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer at some point in their lifetime. If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and regularly used talcum powder, you deserve to know your medical and legal options.

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