A report out earlier this year linked the use of talc on genitals with a 44% increase in invasive ovarian cancer among African American women. Read the full article here.
Ovarian Cancer News Blog
Now asbestos-free talc has been linked to ovarian cancer. It is believed that women who applied talcum powder to the genital areas are increasing … Read the full article here.
Today talcum powder is found in a wide range of cosmetic products to … Berg, who is a physician assistant, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in … Read the full article here.
Apart from infections, anything with talc has the potential to cause ovarian cancer.” Dr Rockhead’s claims are supported by lawsuits against Johnson … Read the full article here.
PHILADELPHIA –– A talc-based powder exposure suit has been filed in … developed ovarian cancer as a result of exposure to talc in Baby Powder, … Read the full article here.
African-American women who reported regular use of body powder were at greater risk for ovarian cancer compared to their peers who didn’t use talc, a new study shows. Read the full article here.
According to that study, the risk of acquiring ovarian cancer in black women who use talcum powder is 44% more than their counterparts who don’t … Read the full article here.
The testing was ordered following reports that a US court in February awarded $72 million to the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer … including the presence of asbestos (in talc)...
SANTA FE – A new talc-based powder exposure complaint has been filed in … microscopist found a correlation between talc use and ovarian cancer. Read the full article here.
… there are internal documents to prove that Johnson & Johnson has long been aware of the connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer. Read the full article here.