Beasley Allen lawyer Ted Meadows says part of the efforts in talc lawsuits for nearly eight years culminated in Johnson & Johnson’s decision this week to stop selling talc-based baby powder in the U.S. and Canada. The firm represents thousands of women seeking to hold J&J responsible for their ovarian cancer, which is connected to genital use of talc for hygiene. Ted, who leads the talc litigation team for the firm, says he hopes the removal of talc products from the market will prevent other women and their children from suffering a devastating ovarian cancer diagnosis.
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