If you have been keeping up with the Johnson & Johnson talcum powder lawsuits, you likely have many questions regarding the potential link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer. Roberta Ness, who testified at the second J & J talcum powder trial, is a former president of the American Epidemiological Society and a former dean of the University of Texas School of Public Health. Ness claimed that among the studies which showed no link between ovarian cancer and talcum powder use, women’s exposure to talcum powder was not properly measured. In fact, Ness concluded that the use of talcum powder for feminine hygiene, could be responsible for as many as 1,500 deaths from ovarian cancer each year.
If you or someone you love has developed ovarian cancer after using a talc-based product, such as Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder or Shower-to-Shower, it is important to know that you have legal options. We can represent you and your family and fight for justice along side other women affected by this tragedy all across the country. At Aaron Levine & Associates, we’ve been fighting for women’s health for over 50 years. Call us today. We have a doctor in our office and can provide you an immediate FREE talcum powder case consultation.