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“How Can I Prove My Cancer Was Caused by Zantac?”

September 10, 2020   |  
Zantac, the brand name for the generic drug ranitidine, contains NDMA, which the FDA has identified as a probable human carcinogen. Based on the most current research, taking Zantac may put you at risk for developing as many as 20 different types of cancers. Many of our Zantac lawsuit clients...
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Does Zantac Cause Ovarian Cancer?

September 4, 2020   |  
In the wake of recent Zantac cancer claims, many are asking, “Does Zantac cause ovarian cancer?” Popular acid-blocking drug Zantac (brand name for the generic drug ranitidine) is now known to contain cancer-causing NDMA, and based on the most current scientific findings, Zantac may have put thousands of people at...
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Talcum Powder Asbestos Lawsuit: Are You Eligible?

June 3, 2020   |  
Millions of women in the United States have suffered from ovarian cancer or mesothelioma. In some of these cases, asbestos-contaminated Johnson & Johnson baby powder may be responsible, and victims may be eligible for a talcum powder asbestos lawsuit. If you believe that contaminated Johnson & Johnson baby powder may...
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Potential Talcum Powder Lawsuit Settlement Amounts: What Can Plaintiffs Expect?

June 3, 2020   |  
"What kind of talcum powder lawsuit settlement amounts can we expect?" It’s a question we hear often from clients considering a talcum powder lawsuit. Those who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer or mesothelioma after using Johnson & Johnson talc-based baby powder may qualify for a potential talcum powder lawsuit...
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Baby Powder & Ovarian Cancer: Talcum Powder Risk

May 29, 2020   |  
Does baby powder cause ovarian cancer? Potential victims and baby powder cancer lawyers are asking that question as Johnson & Johnson faces thousands of lawsuits alleging that its talc-based baby powder causes ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. The potential connection between ovarian cancer and baby powder is well documented — as...
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