J&J decision to pull talc-based baby powder ‘a step in the right direction’

| Medical Drugs

Ted Meadows leads Beasley Allen Law Firm’s team of lawyers representing women who developed ovarian cancer after using Johnson & Johnson baby and body powder for feminine hygiene. He says J&J’s decision to remove the product from the U.S. and Canadian markets is a “step in the right direction.” The firm continues to represent thousands of women who seek to hold J&J responsible for their ovarian cancer. Ted says he is concerned Johnson & Johnson has no plans to pull talc-based powder from markets outside the U.S. where he says consumers have fewer protections.

Ted Meadows, Beasley Allen Attorney
Ted Meadows

Ted is leading the firm's talcum powder ovarian cancer litigation.


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