What is a Talcum Powder Case Worth?

Categories: Talcum Powder

Many people have heard about the multi-million dollar jury award1 that was given to a family after their loved one died of ovarian cancer2 that had been linked to her longtime use of talcum powder products. However, every lawsuit is different and the value of one lawsuit can be vastly different than another claim. In…

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Symptoms of Proton Pump Inhibitor Injuries

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

If you have been diagnosed with acid reflux, GERD,1 ulcers, or other gastro-related conditions, you may be taking a prescription medication called a proton pump inhibitor (PPI). If so, you may be at risk of one or more of the dangerous side effects of this type of medication. Such effects include acute kidney injury, chronic…

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Ovarian Cancer Treatment due to Talcum Powder

Categories: Medical Alerts

In recent years, medical researchers have made a frightening connection between the long-term use of talcum powder as a feminine hygiene product and the development of ovarian cancer. For decades, many women habitually used talc-based products such as Johnson’s Baby Powder or Shower to Shower Powder on their genital area or on sanitary napkins to…

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Treatment For Chronic Kidney Disease From PPIs

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

It has been reported1 that one of the most widely prescribed types of medication is a class of drugs called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). These drugs are prescribed for common conditions such as heartburn, acid reflux, GERD, ulcers, and general indigestion. However, these drugs have also been making headlines lately due to potentially harmful side…

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Concerns With Proton Pump Inhibitors

Categories: Prescription Drug Lawsuit

New research suggests that one of the most prescribed medications, proton pump inhibitors, may dramatically increase a person’s risk for kidney failure and kidney disease.  That study was released in April 2016, in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.[1] The authors of the study reviewed data from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs…

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