Talcum powder is generally considered safe and thus widely used in body and face powders. But about 700 lawsuits have been filed against makers of talc-containing products claiming genital use of talcum powder for personal hygiene can cause ovarian cancer. “There probably will be more,” FairWarning reporter Myron Levin told Public Radio International. An increasing number of lawsuits name consumer health care giant Johnson & Johnson, who has sold Johnson’s Baby Powder for more than a century, and currently markets other brands including Shower to Shower. The lawsuits claim that studies dating back 30 years or more have drawn a ... Read More
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