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the risks behind talcum powder

talcum powder is created from the mineral talc, which is made of magnesium and oxygen.

However, recent studies have found asbestos, a cancer-causing carcinogen, inside talcum and baby powder products sold in America. Other products that contain talc include cosmetics and other hygiene products.

One of the world's largest talcum powder producers, johnson & Johnson®, was aware that their products contained asbestos yet failed to warn the public or health officials.

as of May 2020, johnson & Johnson ®, stopped all sales of their talcum powder products across the united states. now, those who have been impacted may be eligible to receive compensation.

talcum powder news

may 2020

one of the largest talc mining companies, Imerys®, stated that they would close their north American units in order to compensate over 14,000 victims of their negligence.

may 2020

johnson & johnson® announced that they would stop all sales of their talcum powder products across north America due to recent allegations that the products contained asbestos.

october 2019

over 33,000 bottles of baby and talcum powder are recalled by johnson & johnson® after the fda found asbestos in the products.

may 2018

Joanne Anderson is awarded $25.7 million in her claim against johnson & johnson® after the court found her use of talcum powder led to her mesothelioma.

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