Talc Powder

baby powder
Women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and who used baby powder products containing talcum powder for feminine hygiene may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the manufacturers of these products. Hundreds of lawsuits have already been filed by women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using products containing talcum powder.

Talcum powder is manufactured from talc, a naturally occurring mineral that contains magnesium, silicon, oxygen, and hydrogen. When talc is crushed, it becomes a fine, white powder that is sold as talcum.

Talcum powder has been used for a variety of medical and sanitary uses, including absorbing moisture and preventing rashes. Talcum powder is also used in many cosmetic products, as well as for the coating and lubrication of rubber and other commercial and industrial products. If you have been effected with this situation, please fill out the form below:

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Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with ovarian cancer (required)?
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