As the debate rages on over the dangers of baby powder as a potential cancer risk, a significant sum of money has been awarded to a woman from Virginia following a recent court case.
Lois Slemp is a 62-year-old woman from Wise, Virginia, and was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012. She says that she had been using baby powder as a part of her hygiene routine for four decades.
The cancer has since spread to her liver, and her lawyers seem to have successfully argued that there was sufficient evidence, dating back to the 1970’s, suggesting that there is a link between using talcum powder and a heightened risk of developing ovarian cancer.
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