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After the goverment of India discovered Johnson & Johnson was using a banned method of sterlizating talc because it leaves a residue known to increase risk of ovarian cancer, women in US start the next round of US lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson: Baby Powder
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Date Created: 2016, February 23
No stranger to poisoning babies for profit with formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane in their baby 'care' line of shampoos and soaps, Johnson & Johnson is again under the gavel for talc baby powder that dramatically increases the risk of women developing ovarian cancer. While only 3% of women's reproductive cancers, ovarian cancer is almost undetectable until it has spread to the uterus. Ovarian cancer has the highest death rate of all reproductive cancers, and is often refered to as a 'silent killer' since there are often no symptoms until after the cancer has spread throughout a woman's reproductive organs.
Back in 2013, a whistleblower in India exposed the fact that Johnson & Johnson was using a sterilization process that leaves behind a carcinogenic residue. The government of India took action against Johnson & Johnson by banning sales of some of their higher profit products, and many of their cosmetic products. The women of India were very angry and demanded that Johnson & Johnson stop treating women like guines pigs. Uh, the guinea pigs were how Johnson & Johnson found out the process increased the cancer rate. If they know it increases profitable cancers, we're no longer guinea pigs, but Cash Cows, eh?
The fight against harm by Johnson & Johnson baby powder has come home to the United States. Currently, there are over 1,200 lawsuits filed against Johnson & Johnson regarding ovarian cancer caused by the use of their baby powder and other products that contain talc. The first round in 2009 was a winner, although no damages were awarded. This second round was also a winner for the victim, Johnson & Johnson slammed with $72 million for killing a woman. I don't know about you, but that is NOT enough.
The worst part is, this toxic talc is still on shelves in stores in the United States. Johnson & Johnson is still promoting the use of toxic talc on their web site, without any warning to parents not to use on the genital area of baby girls because of the increased risk of the silent killer later in life, ovarian cancer. Literally getting parents to poison their own daughters with their usage instructions, "For baby, use after every bath and diaper change. For you, use anytime you want skin to feel soft, fresh, and comfortable." Wow. Just wow.
I seriously doubt our US Senate HELP Committee is going to act on this either. They are too busy profiting from the increased money made from increased ovarian cancer, somewhere around $200,000 each case. Wow. Just wow.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE: Johnson & Johnson Lost Talc Powder Lawsuits TWICE and Offered to BRIBE Victim New information on this developing situation as Johnson & Johnson lost TWO ovarian cancer trials, tried to bribe a victim and FDA in India gets involved and has Johnson & Johnson products tested for safety and compliance.
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2. Jef Feeley. Margaret Cronin Fisk, Michelle Cortez (February 2, 2016). J&J's Talcum Powder Goes on Trial in Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits Bloomberg. Retrieved from http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-02/j-j-s-talcum-powder-goes-on-trial-in-ovarian-cancer-lawsuits?cmpid=yhoo.headline
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