Published Studies in Scientific Journals – Dangers of Talcum Powder
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Monday, September 12th, 2016
The research work that commenced in the 1970s continued in the decades that followed. Detailed findings published in the Lancelot Journal enlightened the scientific community and the general masses about the presence of talc particles on many of the ovarian tumors. Studies showed that these talc particles were deeply embedded inside the cancerous growth. In a follow up to the Lancelot Journal’s findings, a study was published in a 1982 edition of the Cancer journal. The journal provided supporting research that further cemented a connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer. Since that publication, more than 20 studies demonstrating similar cause-effect relationships have been made available for people to understand, discuss and analyze. Even while companies like Johnson and Johnson continue to deny the link, the science over the talcum cancer link is there.