2 Tampa Women Died of Ovarian Cancer
Two Tampa women, Tami Isa and Jacquelyn Shenefield, both recently died as a result of ovarian cancer. Their husbands are now taking action against mega-company Johnson & Johnson, claiming the talcum powder present in their products was a defining factor in their wives’ illness and eventual death. Our team of Florida talcum powder lawyers of The Ferraro Law Firm is representing the men in this case, as both Isa and Shenefield used Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder and Shower to Shower products for several consecutive years--Isa from 2003-2015, and Shenefield from 1973-2011.
In its natural form, talc contains asbestos, which has a long history of being absolutely devastating to the human body when ingested. These products were sold to millions of women across the nation, despite the overwhelming knowledge of the potential dangers they carried. In modern research, there are dozens of studies showing the direct link between talcum powder and ovarian cancer, which Johnson & Johnson vehemently denies. The product continues to be marketed as a daily use item, promising “soft, fresh, and comfortable” results.
Tami died at the age of 42, and Jacquelyn at 69.
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