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In 1971, researchers discovered talcum particles embedded in ovarian tumors. Studies show the long-term use of talcum powder may result in a 33 percent increased risk of ovarian cancer.
Long-term use of baby powder can cause ovarian cancer and other life-threatening side effects.
The link was first uncovered in the ’70s when researchers discovered talcum particles embedded in ovarian tumors.
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Courts found Johnson & Johnson guilty of hiding data linking talcum powder to ovarian cancer.
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Compensation for ovarian cancer potentially linked to talcum powder use may be available.
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