Recent Examples of talcum powder from the Web
Survivors of a woman who claimed that Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder contributed to her ovarian cancer are challenging a Missouri appeals court ruling that threw out a $72 million award.
Renée wants to sprinkle talcum powder across the floor to record any prints left by ghosts.
In September of 2016, a New Jersey judge threw out two lawsuits alleging that Johnson & Johnson talcum powder causes ovarian cancer.
But asbestos hasn't been present in talcum powder in the US since the 1970s.
Lawyers took out 16,000 advertisements warning viewers of the potential risks of talcum powder in the first half of the year, according to an X Ante analysis of Kantar Media CMAG data.
Beasley Allen spearheaded nationwide asbestos litigation and the recent wave of torts against talcum powder, including the $417 million awarded by a California jury last month against Johnson
See the spread of talcum powder torts to California and other friendly forums.
Stash corn starch in your purse Both Dr. Millhauser and Dr. Dweck stress that women should not use talcum powder to soak up vagina sweat.
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