Baby Powder, Johnson & Johnson, Ovarian Cancer & Mikhlin


Baby Powder, Johnson & Johnson, Ovarian Cancer & Mikhlin: A case in the United States District Court, E. D. Missouri, Eastern Division, ruled on a motion to dismiss and strike.

The Baby Powder, Johnson & Johnson, Ovarian Cancer & Mikhlin case is about woman that allegedly developed ovarian cancer from use of baby powder products that may contain asbestos and other carcinogenic chemicals.

For more on asbestos exposure and the potential problems associated with asbestos exposure (e.g., asbestosis, cancer, lung cancer, mesothelioma…), please follow this link: Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer


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If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and believe the ovarian cancer is linked to your use of baby powder or shower to shower products (e.g. use talcum powder), and need a lawyer to help you file a lawsuit, please contact our office at 1.800.672.4916.