The year before Evelyn Hampton was born, the first study appeared linking talc to ovarian cancer. But neither she nor her family were warned about this association. Instead they trusted Johnson & Johnson when the company promoted its talcum powder products as safe enough for everyday use. Hampton became a loyal customer. By 1982, when Hampton was 10, researchers conducted the first epidemiological study on genital use of talcum powder for feminine hygiene and found that women who used talc in this fashion had a 92 percent greater risk of developing ovarian cancer, Hampton claims. One scientist, Daniel Cramer, even ... Read More
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