Talcum Powder(Ovarian Cancer) lawsuits are now being filed!

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ABOUT OVARIAN CANCER

Ovarian Cancer is an out of control growth of cells in the ovaries of a woman. Ovaries are the reproductive glands found only in women which produce eggs for reproduction. The ovaries also produce the female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Cancerous tumors that form due to the uncontrolled growth of cells in the ovaries can spread, a phenomenon called metastasizing, to other parts of the body, which can be fatal. Numerous studies have been conducted and most published medical studies have indicated that the use of talc-based powders is associated with a 33-percent increased risk of developing Ovarian Cancer. Research has shown that thousands of women across the US may have developed Ovarian Cancer due to prolonged usage of talcum powder on their genitals. If you or a loved one has used talc-based powders and has been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer, you might be eligible to receive compensation.

Signs & Symptoms

Some signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer are frequent bloating, pain in the belly or pelvis region, trouble eating, or feeling full quickly. Urinary problems, such as the urgent need to urinate or urinating more often than usual can also be symptoms of Ovarian Cancer. Other symptoms include fatigue, constipation, upset stomach, back pain, abdominal swelling with weight loss, pain during sexual intercourse, and changes in menstruation. If you're experiencing these symptoms seek medical assistance from a medical professional. Don't suffer in silence, get the compensation you deserve; if you or someone close to you have been using talcum powder and have been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer you could be qualified to get funds to cover hospital bills, time away from work, emotional distress and other damages caused by Ovarian Cancer.

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The Washington Post reported on February 24th, 2016 that Johnson & Johnson were ordered to pay $72 million in damages in a lawsuit linking talcum powder to Ovarian Cancer and for failing to warn consumers of the potential dangers associated with talc-based powders. Ovarian Cancer lawsuits are being reviewed by lawyers: if you or a loved one have used talcum powder extensively and have developed Ovarian Cancer, you may be eligible for compensation for your pain and suffering. Let Lawsuit Winning help you get the financial compensation that you deserve – complete the free and easy claim review form today.

IN THE NEWS

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/02/24/johnson-johnson-ordered-to-pay-72m-in-suit-linking-talcum-powder-to-ovarian-cancer/

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