Another jury has determined that Johnson & Johnson negligently marketed their talcum powder products by concealing the known link between the powder and ovarian cancer. In their third straight loss, Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay more than $70,000,000 to a woman who is not expected to survive another three years. click to read "Third Jury Awards More Than $70 Million in Talcum Powder Case"
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Evidence suggests Johnson & Johnson knew of the link between their talc based baby powder and ovarian cancer as far back as 1982. However, Johnson and Johnson failed to take any action to warn the public of these known dangers and chose instead to place profits ahead of safety. Community juries are holding the company responsible for the harms caused by their products. click to read "Johnson & Johnson’s Link To Ovarian Cancer"
St. Louis juries have again held Johnson & Johnson responsible for their talcum powder product causing ovarian cancer. The latest jury awarded $55,000,000 to a woman who suffered from ovarian cancer related to prolonged use of talcum powder. As more lawsuits emerge, Johnson & Johnson continues their denials to preserve profits. click to read "Talcum Powder Cancer Victim Wins Lawsuit"
Internal memos from Johnson and Johnson show that the company knew of a link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, yet failed to warn or inform the public. This is another example of billion dollar pharmaceutical companies placing profits over community safety. A St. Louis jury recently awarded $72,000,000 to a woman’s family after she passed away from ovarian cancer caused by talcum powder. click to read "Ovarian Cancer Linked to Talcum Powder"