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Please fill in the form to request a FREE case evaluation from one of our attorneys if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after January 1, 2010 and after long term use of talc-based baby or body powder.


Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after January 1, 2010 and after long term use of talc-based baby or body powders? *

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Facts About Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

  • Ovarian Cancer There Is Growing Evidence of a Causal Link Between the Use of Talc-based Baby Powder and Cancer — A case-controlled study in the May 2016 issue of the Journal Epidemiology reported on the link between talcum powder and cancer finding that women who routinely applied talc powder to their genital areas had a 33% higher risk of developing ovarian cancer.
  • Talc-based Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer: What the Experts Are Saying — The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies the genital use of talc-based powder as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” relative to ovarian cancer.
  • Prospective Study Identifies Increased Risk of Serous Ovarian Cancer With Talc Use — A study published in 2000 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute concluded that “perineal talc use may modestly increase the risk of invasive serous ovarian cancer” — the most common type which accounts for approximately two-thirds of diagnosed cases.
  • Talc Use and Associated Risk of Endometrial Cancer — The results of an analysis of 66,028 women published in 2010 in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention suggested “perineal talcum powder use increases the risk of endometrial cancer, particularly among postmenopausal women.”
  • A “20% to 30% Increase in Risk of Developing Epithelial Ovarian Cancer, Including Serous, Endometrioid, and Clear Cell Tumors” was suggested with genital talc powder use in a pooled analysis of eight case-control studies published in 2013 in the journal Cancer Prevention Research.
  • Talc and Asbestos — During the formal “discovery” process in recent litigation involving Johnson & Johnson, documents have come to light that reveal company concerns over asbestos-contaminated talc date back several decades and that the company waged a fierce campaign to suppress data, test results, scientific papers and other information that talc in its Baby Powder® contained asbestos. That Johnson & Johnsons Baby Powder® and Shower to Shower® body powder, as well as other brands of talc-containing powders may have been contaminated with asbestos, has re-focused much of the nationwide litigation. Though most asbestos litigation and claims focus on work, military and industrial-related exposure to asbestos and asbestos-containing products as causing mesothelioma, ever-increasing recent litigation is now focusing on the link between asbestos, talc and ovarian cancer.

Filing a Talcum Powder Lawsuit

  • Talc Powder Case Evaluation Does Your Case Qualify for a Johnson and Johnson Lawsuit? If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer with a history of applying Johnson’s® Baby Powder and/or Shower to Shower® Body Powder to your genital area, you may be entitled to a talcum powder settlement for your injuries, as well as for any expenses, emotional distress, and inconveniences you have endured as a result of your medical treatment.
  • Looking for a Talc Lawyer to Pursue Your Potential Baby Powder Settlement? The attorneys at The Meneo Law Group not only have the skill, experience, and expertise to handle your Johnson and Johnson baby powder lawsuit, but a proven track record of success in representing people, like you, who have been injured by dangerous products.
  • What Scientific Evidence Supports a Talc Lawsuit? Several published scientific studies have indicated a link between the genital use of talcum powder and ovarian cancer — some of these studies showing over a 30% increased risk for developing ovarian cancer following the long-term use of talc-based powders in the genital area.
  • Johnson & Johnson Settlement in the News — A recent jury verdict in a Johnson & Johnson lawsuit not only determined that talcum powder contributed to the development of ovarian cancer in a 62-year old Alabama woman who died from the disease, but concluded that Johnson & Johnson was liable for conspiracy, negligence, and the failure to put a warning on their products disclosing the potential risk for ovarian cancer as a result of using baby powder in the genital area.
  • A Talc Powder Lawyer From Our Law Firm Can Help You With Filing Your Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit — If you believe your diagnosis of ovarian cancer is associated with your genital use of Johnson’s® Baby Powder and/or Shower to Shower® Body Powder, please complete the Case Evaluation form on this page and we will provide you with a free claim review within 24-hours at which time we will discuss your potential talc powder lawsuit.
  • St. Louis Jury Concludes Relationship Between Talc and Cancer in a $72 million talcum powder settlement awarded to the family of a 62-year old Alabama woman who died of ovarian cancer after years of daily talc-based product use.
  • Missouri Jury Holds Johnson & Johnson Liable in a May 2016 Verdict for not warning its consumers of the risk of ovarian cancer associated with its talc-based products. The jury ordered the company to pay a $55 million talc powder settlement to a woman who attributes her ovarian cancer to decades of applying Johnson’s® Baby Powder and Shower to Shower® Body Powder to her genitals.

Attorney Ron Meneo & The Meneo Law Group

  • Ron Meneo Attorney Ron Meneo manages and leads The Meneo Law Group. Your case will be personally reviewed and evaluated by him. Providing us with information about your case enables us to understand the nature of your injury and its probable cause. This allows us to make our conversation with you as productive as possible.
  • For the past 15 years, and with a Martindale Hubbell "Preeminent AV Rating" (the highest possible rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards), Attorney Meneo has successfully represented hundreds of clients who have been injured by defective drugs and medical products.
  • Our commitments to excellence and our diligence are the hallmarks of our practice and guide us in representing each of our clients including those whom we successfully represented in the Diet Drug (fen-phen), PPA, Zyprexa®, Ketek®, YAZ® and Pradaxa® nationwide, mass tort litigations.

Holding Irresponsible Parties Accountable

  • Internal company documents disclosed during a recent trial in St. Louis indicate that many years ago, and with full knowledge of the results, Johnson & Johnson engaged in a campaign to discredit scientific studies which demonstrated that long-term, frequent, genital application of talc-containing powder by women posed over a 30% increase in the risk of developing ovarian cancer.
  • At no time did Johnson & Johnson include any warnings about a potential link between the use of its talc-containing powders by women and ovarian cancer.
  • Unlike strict warning and labeling rules for prescription drugs, those for consumer cosmetic products like Johnson’s® Baby Powder and Shower to Shower® Body Powder remain basically unregulated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
  • For an individual consumer who has been harmed by a defective product, more often than not the court system is the only pathway to justice.
  • We have a proven track record of holding drug and medical device manufacturers accountable for injuries sustained by our clients and for money damages caused by those injuries.
  • If you or a loved one were diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have a history of using Johnson’s® Baby Powder and Shower to Shower® Body Powder, we would like to talk with you.

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Financial Consequences of Personal Injury

  • The financial burdens resulting from personal injury can be substantial and include the costs of hospitalization, surgery, doctors, rehabilitation, physical and occupational therapy, travel, prescription medications and other items. In addition, there is likely pain and suffering and oftentimes a loss of current and future income, of family and spousal consortium, and of the enjoyment of pre-injury activities and mobility. In cases of severe and/or permanent injury, the future costs of care, treatment, maintenance and support can be overwhelming.
  • Insurance may only go so far in covering these costs and losses. Legal action may be the only way to protect yourself and your family to obtain adequate moneys to address your needs and secure your and your family's future.
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  • Personal injury claims, including those for product liability and negligence, are subject to various statutes of limitation. These laws limit the amount of time within which a claim for monetary damages may be brought against the company or person responsible for the injuries. Consequently, acting promptly to protect your, or a loved one's, legal claims and rights is imperative.
  • Statutes of limitation vary from state to state. Generally, they can begin to run from either the date of your injury or the date you first discovered that the injury may have been caused by a defective product. These are important distinctions that may impact your legal rights.
  • If you or a loved one suffered a drug or medical device injury or a type of personal injury claim that we are investigating, we welcome the opportunity to talk with you.

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Please fill in the form to request a FREE case evaluation from one of our attorneys if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after January 1, 2010 and after long term use of talc-based baby or body powder.


Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with ovarian cancer after January 1, 2010 and after long term use of talc-based baby or body powders? *

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