Talcum Powder Compensation Center
Advocates For People with Mesothelioma Who Used Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder
The Talcum Powder Compensation Center’s number one goal is making certain that a man or woman who used Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder anywhere in the USA receives the best possible financial compensation if they have recently been diagnosed with mesothelioma.
Who are the types of people who may have used Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder product and developed mesothelioma?
- Women who started using Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder as a young girl, teenager or as a young woman and who continued to use this product for years or even decades.
- Men who started using this product as a boy, teenager or young man and continued to use this product for years or decades.
- Men or women who were amateur or professional athletes who used baby powder to control perspiration or to get a better grip on a football, baseball, basketball, softball, tennis racket or golf club.
The typical age for a person with mesothelioma in the United States is about 72 years old. Men or women who have used talcum powder for years and who have now been diagnosed with mesothelioma may be significantly younger. We have recently learned of a young woman in her early thirties who used a talcum powder product who now has mesothelioma.
What is Mesothelioma?
Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer in which malignant (cancerous) cells are found in the mesothelium, a protective sac covering most of the body’s internal organs. When people hear the word mesothelioma, they typically think of navy veterans, shipyard workers, or plumbers, machinists, mechanics, or other types of industrial, military, manufacturing or skilled trades workers. Sadly, women or men who used Johnson & Johnson’s Baby Powder may have also had significant exposure to asbestos and as such they may be at risk for developing mesothelioma.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma who used Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder, Contact us immediately or Call 800-714-0303.