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Do Studies Link Baby Powder And Cancer?

Mar 12, 2020 Legal

Findings so far have linked baby powder with ovarian cancer, according to the FDA. The latest report found that history concerns over ovarian cancer and talc were restrained by industry groups.

A comprehensive study of 250,000 women found strong evidence of a relationship between baby powder and ovarian cancer. Now women can also file baby powder cancer lawsuit through https://www.talcumpowdercancerlawsuit.com/

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The American Cancer Society notes that other studies, using different methods, have found "a slightly increased risk" for ovarian cancer when women applying talc powder on their genitals.

Meanwhile, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, which is part of the World Health Organization, has classified powder as possibly carcinogenic.

Is it safe to use baby powder on babies?

Contrary to the label, pediatricians recommend parents not to use the baby powder whether it was made with talc or not, for children and babies.

It can cause pneumoconiosis, a lung disease caused by inhalation of dust that may occur if the container accidentally spilled baby powder.

If the baby powder is used for preventing diaper rash, then, pediatricians recommend using as far as possible from the baby.

“Use as little as possible, maybe put it in your hands and then put it to the diaper area or gently sprinkle into the diaper area," says a pediatrician.