Jacqueline Fox brought suit against Johnson & Johnson for failure to warn of the risk of ovarian cancer from use of Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower. Ms. Fox died in October after battling ovarian cancer for two years. Her son is continuing the case, which is set for trial in February in St. Louis. One of the experts in the case was the first to publish about the connection between ovarian cancer and genital talc use in 1982. The other expert confirmed the presence of talc particles in Ms. Fox’s cancerous ovarian tissue. If you or loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and previously used Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products, please contact the skilled attorneys at Williams DeClark Tuschman who will get you the compensation you deserve.
Woman’s Death From Ovarian Cancer is Linked to Talcum Powder Use
| Jan 14, 2016 | Firm News