Use of personal care products that contain talc has been linked to ovarian cancer and mesothelioma for decades. Various lawsuits against talcum manufacturers claim that the producers are deliberately silent about the health risks associated with talcum talc.
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Contact talc lawyer to file talcum powder complaint and find out if you or a family member are eligible for financial compensation. If you or a loved one has suffered from one or more of these complications, you may be eligible for cash and medical benefits.
What is talcum powder?
Talcum powder is made of talc, a mineral consisting of magnesium, silicon and oxygen. The moisture-absorbing nature of the powder makes it a popular cosmetic product. Talc is used in baby powder, adult face and body powder, and other consumer products. Some of the talc used in the manufacture of talc is contaminated with asbestos.
The use of talcum powder has been linked to the development of ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. Because asbestos and talc grow naturally together, damaged powder can become contaminated with asbestos and fibers such as asbestos. According to the World Health Organization and other institutions, no exposure to asbestos is safe.
Asbestos exposure has been shown to significantly increase the risk of developing ovarian cancer. Research has shown that women who use loose powder once a week for feminine hygiene have a 30 to 60 percent higher risk of developing ovarian cancer.