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New Study Finds “Consistent Association” Between Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

A recent study has uncovered a connection between the use of talcum powder and the risk of developing ovarian cancer. This latest research, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, lends credence to the more than 50,000 lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson, alleging that their talc-based baby powder was the culprit behind devastating cases of […]

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Government Study Links Camp Lejeune Water to Additional Cancers

The investigation into the human health impact of the contaminated water supply at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune continues with a new study examining the cancer incidence among Marines and Navy personnel and civilian workers who were stationed at Camp Lejeune between October 1972 and December 1985 and were likely exposed to the contaminated drinking

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Johnson & Johnson Proposes $6.5 Billion Settlement for Talcum Powder Cancer Lawsuits

Johnson & Johnson, manufacturer of Johnson’s signature talc-based Baby Powder, has announced a proposed settlement worth $6.475 billion to address thousands of lawsuits filed against the company in the United States over its talc-based powder products and their alleged link to cancer. This proposed settlement, which would be spread over 25 years, aims to resolve

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Talcum Powder Mesothelioma Lawsuit: $45M Verdict Against Johnson & Johnson in Chicago Trial

In the latest trial involving claims that Johnson & Johnson talcum powder causes cancer, a Chicago jury ordered Johnson & Johnson and its former consumer healthcare division, Kenvue, to pay $45 million to the family of a woman who died of mesothelioma cancer after using the company’s talc-based Baby Powder. This significant verdict highlights the

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Valsartan

Did You Develop Cancer After Taking Valsartan? Valsartan, a commonly prescribed blood pressure medication, has been associated with potential side effects such as an increased risk of cancer, including liver, kidney, and digestive tract cancers, due to the presence of NDMA and other cancer-causing impurities in some batches of the drug. Start My Valsartan Cancer

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Sunscreen Benzene Exposure

Did You Develop Cancer from Benzene in Sunscreen? Exposure to the carcinogen benzene in popular sunscreen and after-sun products may increase the risk of cancer. Consumers who developed cancer from benzene exposure may be eligible to seek compensation through a sunscreen cancer lawsuit. Start My Sunscreen Cancer Lawsuit Claim Now Please enable JavaScript in your

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Chemical Hair Straighteners and the Risk of Uterine Cancer: The Black Women’s Health Study

Chemical hair straighteners, commonly known as hair relaxers, have long been favored by women with curly, textured hair. These products, designed to straighten and smooth natural hair, have been aggressively marketed to women of color as a means of achieving what society deems a more “desirable” hairstyle. However, recent studies have raised concerns about the

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Parties in Hair Straightener MDL to Submit Competing Plans for Bellwether Trials

In an effort to streamline the litigation process for the thousands of product liability lawsuits pending against the manufacturers of chemical hair straighteners, the U.S. District Judge presiding over these lawsuits has called for the parties to submit their respective bellwether trial plans. Nearly 10,000 women across the country are currently pursuing legal claims against

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U.S. Judge Clears Hair Relaxer Lawsuits to Move Forward Against L’Oreal, Revlon

Numerous lawsuits have been filed against cosmetic giants L’Oreal, Revlon, and other manufacturers, alleging that their hair relaxer products are associated with an increased risk of cancer and other harmful side effects. Now, a federal judge has allowed the majority of these claims to move forward, signaling a potential turning point in the ongoing legal

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FDA Proposes Ban on Hair Straightener Chemicals Linked to Cancer Risk

Chemical hair straighteners have long been a popular choice for curly-haired individuals looking to achieve sleek, straight hair. However, recent studies have raised concerns about the potential health risks associated with these products. In response, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a ban on certain hair-straightening and smoothing products that contain cancer-causing

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