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One very simple fact convinced THREE juries that Johnson & Johnson talc increases risk of developing ovarian cancer.
Keywords: Johnson and Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, baby, powder, cancer, lawsuit, ovarian, talc
Date Created: 2016, May 14
In the fourth article regarding ovarian cancer and Johnson & Johnson talc, I expose the most compelling reason three juries decided that Johnson & Johnson was fully aware that talc increases risk of developing ovarian cancer: internal documents.
The first article brought the issue to light as a jury awarded $72 million to an ovarian cancer victim.
Up Next: Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Talc Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits
The second article exposed the fact that Johnson & Johnson had already lost an ovarian cancer case.
Johnson & Johnson Lost Talc Powder Lawsuits TWICE and Offered to BRIBE Victim
The third article covered the third case lost in court.
Johnson & Johnson Lost THIRD Talc Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit
Now, let's take a look at the most compelling scientific studies...
Nah, would be a waste of time because the juries never really needed to review boring studies, charts, graphs, scientific jargon that would take years of experience to truly comprehend.
The only documents the juries needed to determine risk and if Johnson & Johnson was aware of the risks are beginning to surface. Internal documents prove, beyond any doubt, that Johnson & Johnson was, and is, fully aware that talc increases risk of developing killer ovarian cancer.
September 1997 internal letters, such as this, were the most persuasive documents to convince juries, not only that talc increases risk of developing ovarian cancer, but also that Johnson & Johnson was, and is, fully aware of this fact...
"... the talc industry will be perceived by the public like it perceives the cigarette industry: denying the obvious in the face of all evidence to the contrary."
So, was that pretty damn clear? Seriously? The juries didn't even need to read studies - Johnson & Johnson has obviously been well aware that talc increases the risk of developing killer ovarian cancer since at least 1997. And this shit is still for sale, without any warning, around the United States and likely other countries as well.
You think Big Tobacco was bad? Johnson & Johnson is quite literally selling a product to mothers to unknowingly poison their own daughters. Increasing the risk that their baby girls will grow up to suffer the horrors of a silent killer: ovarian cancer. Now that's sick.
1. Emily Patterson (February 23, 2016). Up Next: Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Talc Ovarian Cancer Lawsuits Johnson And Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/baby_powder_lawsuits.shtml
2. Emily Patterson (March 10, 2016). Johnson & Johnson Lost Talc Powder Lawsuits TWICE and Offered to BRIBE Victim Johnson And Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/baby_powder_lawsuits_too.shtml
3. Emily Patterson (May 3, 2016). Johnson & Johnson Lost THIRD Talc Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Johnson And Toxin. Retrieved from http://www.johnsonandtoxin.com/baby_powder_lawsuits_three.shtml
4. Ashley Welch (February 25, 2016). Johnson & Johnson verdict: Can talcum powder really cause cancer? CBS News. Retrieved from http://www.cbsnews.com/news/johnson-johnson-verdict-can-talcum-powder-really-cause-cancer/