Recent Examples of ovarian from the Web
More than 5,000 lawsuits have been filed against J&J alleging that baby powder, which contains talc, is linked to ovarian cancer.
In the past week, two courts have handed Johnson & Johnson victories worth some $500 million by reversing multi-million dollar judgements awarded to women who’d sued the company, claiming its talcum powder had caused ovarian cancer.
As Truex marches toward a first Monster Cup title, the journey has been mostly without his most trusted companion, his girlfriend Sherry Pollex, who this summer has been dealing with a recurrence of ovarian cancer.
In court, Echeverria argued that her 40-year baby powder use led to a terminal ovarian cancer diagnosis.
Women who have hormone sensitive conditions like breast or ovarian cancer, or endometriosis, may want to avoid it.
But plaintiffs say other unsealed documents indicate that J&J has known for decades that its talc products include asbestos fibers and that the exposure to those fibers can cause ovarian cancer.
Although best known for causing breast and ovarian cancers in women, the gene can also raise the risk of many cancers in men.
In 2013, she was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer.
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