Baby Powder Cancer
Today Reuters released a large in-depth article about baby powder, Johnson & Johnson, and the hidden risks of cancer. The Reuters investigation looked into documents attorneys have reviewed during litigation against Johnson & Johnson (J&J) . Documents shown at prior trials point to evidence J&J knew and discussed the possible risks of talcum powder, asbestos contamination, and the risks of ovarian cancer, mesothelioma and other cancers from the product. J&J did not change the product to contain safe ingredients (such as corn starch), did not pull the product from shelves, and did not add warning labels to inform consumers of the risks.
Levin Simes Abrams has been tirelessly working to move litigation forward against J&J, the makers of Shower to Shower and Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder products. You can read our page on talcum powder and ovarian cancer, or read about recent verdicts against Johnson & Johnson.
Video: Reuters author on CNBC discussing her report on Johnson & Johnson baby powder cancer
Johnson and Johnson stock fell as much as 9% today, on the news they hid the risks of ovarian cancer and mesothelioma for decades.
Talcum Powder Baby Powder Lawyer
Levin Simes Abrams represents individuals and families affected by the risks of talcum powder. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis. That means that we do not get paid unless you do and there is no hourly charge for our legal services. With our experienced attorneys and financial resources, you can be assured we will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact our firm about talcum powder related ovarian cancer or mesothelioma quickly, to make sure the statute of limitations does not run out in your state. Call Levin Simes Abrams at 415-426-3000, email us at [email protected], or chat with an attorney through this page.
More Talcum Powder Cancer Links from Levin Simes Abrams:
- Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer
- $117,000,000 Verdict Against J&J for Asbestos Baby Powder
- $417,000,000 Baby Powder Verdict
- New York Times Covers Talcum Powder Trials
- $55 Million Baby Powder Verdict
- LA Times (1995): Talcum Powder Causes Ovarian Cancer
- $208 Million Verdict by Levin Simes Abrams for California Woman with Mesothelioma