The risks of cancer from talcum and baby powders
Talcum powder itself comes from the mineral talc, which is composed of magnesium and oxygen.
However, many forms of talc from various suppliers and companies have been found to contain asbestos, a highly toxic material that has been strongly linked to cancer development.
One of the largest producers of talc, Johnson & Johnson®, had conducted a study on their own talc mine, only to find that two types of asbestos fibers were clearly present in the talc mine.
Due to this blatant contamination, some consumers may be exposed to asbestos without even knowing it.
As of May 2020, Johnson & Johnson® will stop all sales of their talcum powder in the United States and Canada.
Additionally, one of the world's largest talc mining companies, Imerys®, forfeited their North American business in order to settle over 14,000 cancer lawsuits linked to asbestos-contaminated talc extracted from their mines.
The funds from the sale of Imerys® assets will go directly towards compensating victims of talcum powder.
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How long before talc causes cancer in the body?
Research shows that it can cause inflammation that creates conditions that increase the likelihood of cancer growth, and the formation of cancerous tumors in the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
Symptoms of ovarian tube cancers
Talc is widely used in
Adult body powder
Adult facial powder
Consumer beauty products
Consumer health products
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How does Talcum powder cause Ovarian Cancer?
One theory is that when talcum powder is used for feminine hygiene, talc particles can travel through the vagina, uterus, and fallopian tubes to the ovaries.
What mistakes have talc manufacturers made?
These talc manufacturers have failed to warn the public of the risk of talc on the human body, leading to a variety of lawsuits.
What is talc made from?
Talcum powder is made from talc which is a mineral made up mainly of three elements magnesium, silicon, and oxygen.
There have been millions of dollars paid to Ovarian cancer victims that used Talcum Powder
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