For years Johnson & Johnson marketed the mineral talc as the major constituent of a feminine hygiene powder that it sold to millions of unsuspecting women. While this was going on, Johnson & Johnson knew that talc was a carcinogen with the potential to cause deadly ovarian cancers. The women who were faithfully using its product thinking it was safe had a right to collect damages from Johnson & Johnson for hiding the truth. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, or other cancers, after use of Johnson & Johnson’s feminine hygiene powders, you need to call a law firm for advice immediately. Bordas & Bordas stands ready to help you with your claim. You can contact us here.