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Talcum Powder Lawsuits In West Virginia

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    Talcum Powder Lawsuits in West Virginia

    Talcum powder has been used widely by many people for years. However, the real problem is that it has been proved to be linked to increased cases of ovarian cancer and mesothelioma while women use the talc for their personal hygiene. The lawsuit claims that the manufacturers of the talcum powder were aware of the risk and yet they chose to hide it and market the product anyway.

    At Mountaineer Criminal Law Group , we have handled cases of talcum powder many times. Our West Virginia talcum powder lawyer has helped our clients get the rightful justice they deserved. So, if you or your loved ones have been diagnosed with cancer and that has a connection with talc, we can help you with the legal battle.

    Things To Know About Talcum Powder Lawsuit

    Talcum powder has been widely used for many years by women for personal hygiene. And that is why talcum powder is also linked with ovarian cancer and mesothelioma for over 40 years.

    The powder manufacturing companies were aware of the fact and yet they chose to keep the customers in dark. When someone is using talcum powder in their sanitary napkins or condoms or genital areas, it can enter the vagina or lungs resulting in cancer. That is why you can file a lawsuit against the manufacturing for deceptively marketing it and risking the life of millions of customers.

    Injuries and Side Effects From Talcum Powder

    For women, talcum powder poses a huge risk. If the powder enters the vagina or lungs, it can cause ovarian cancer or mesothelioma. As per the report of the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, if someone used talcum powder frequently, it will increase the risk of cancer 30% to 60%. With the increased rate of use of talcum powder, the risk of cancer will increase too.

    The exact mechanism that can cause cancer from talc is yet to be found. But there are many theories that many people consider. One theory says that talcum powder can cause chronic inflammation in the genital area and then the talc particles rise to the fallopian tube and then ovaries.

    There is another theory that says that when talcum powder comes in direct contact with the mucous membrane, it suppresses the antibodies which are responsible for the protection against cancer, eventually increasing the risks of the person who is using it for an extensive period.

    Talcum powder is also associated with the findings of lung issues too which can result in mesothelioma. This happens as the powder can be airborne and get into the respiratory tract causing huge complications for the user.

    Talcum powder is known to have silicate minerals that can cause irritation and chronic inflammation.

    So, if you or your loved ones have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or mesothelioma and have been using talcum powder long enough for it to be a possible cause, then you need to come to us at Mountaineer Criminal Law Group for rightful justice. Our West Virginia talcum powder lawyer will help you.

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