Daughter Files Baby Powder Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Daughter Files Baby Powder Wrongful Death Lawsuit

http://baddrug.news/news/daughter-files-baby-powder-wrongful-death-lawsuit/Like many other women, Ann Christine Underwood regularly used Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder products for feminine hygiene.

And, like thousands of other women, she developed ovarian cancer.

Her daughter, Amy F. Darnold, believes her mother’s …

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Talcum (Baby) Powder lawsuits

http://honolulu.legalexaminer.com/fda-prescription-drugs/talcum-baby-powder-lawsuits/A Missouri jury recently awarded a California woman a $70 million verdict after finding that Johnson & Johnson was liable for the injuries she suffered as a result of using the company’s talcum powder products, according to the Alabama law firm who …

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Local lawyer named to cancer lawsuit case in NJ

http://www.chron.com/business/bizfeed/article/Local-lawyer-named-to-cancer-lawsuit-case-in-NJ-10795992.phpMeadow, who is a lawyer with the Lanier Law Firm, will participate in the coordination, preparation and presentation of the cases that allege Johnson & Johnson marketed talc-based products such as Johnson’s Baby Powder for decades despite evidence that …

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Talcum Powder Cancer Concerns

https://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/articles/johnson-lawsuit-body-powder-talcum/interview-johnson-lawsuit-body-powder-3-21888.htmlTalcum Powder Cancer Concerns
The American Cancer Society hasn’t confirmed or denied an association with ovarian cancer and talcum powder, saying that some studies report a slightly increased risk and some report no increase, but “research in this …

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More Talcum Powder Lawsuits Filed as Woman Awarded $70 Million

https://www.lawyersandsettlements.com/articles/johnson-lawsuit-body-powder-talcum/johnson-lawsuit-body-powder-talcum-15-21871.htmlSeattle, WA As one plaintiff in a talcum powder lawsuit celebrates her $70 million award, more lawsuits have been filed against Johnson & Johnson, alleging the company knew about a potential link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer but did not …

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