If you’ve been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer and used baby powder, join former Governor Roy Barnes and Bob Cheeley in the
Help Make it Right.
FOR DECADES, SCIENTIFIC STUDIES HAVE LINKED PROLONGED USE OF JOHNSON’S BABY POWDER TO OVARIAN CANCER.
The company knew of the dangers, but did nothing except increase its sales. Now, generations of women can level the playing field by joining us in the Women’s Talc Project.
If you have been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer and have used talc powder, you need serious attention by attorneys with the knowledge and resources to hold Johnson & Johnson accountable. Call us and help Make It Right.
FACT: Women who’ve used talc baby powder for an extended period of time have a 33% increased risk of developing Ovarian Cancer.
FACT: In 2016, Johnson & Johnson was found liable for negligence, failure to warn, and conspiracy to conceal potential risks of talcum powder products.
FACT: Scientific evidence that talc powder can migrate to the ovaries dates back to at least 1971.
FACT: Over 22,000 women are diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer every year.