$72m Jury Award to Cancer Victim Linked to Talcum Powder May Only Be the Beginning

A Missouri jury awarded $72 million to the family of a woman, who died from ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson's taculm powder products. Some believe that this might be the beginning of the exposure of many personal care products that contain chemicals with known links to health problems, with no warnings at all to consumers.

Companies in the U.S. are allowed to put ingredients into personal care products with no required safety testing, and without disclosing all the ingredients.Click here to read more.

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