A recent research study confirms scientists are increasingly concerned human use of glyphosate-based herbicides, like Roundup, may cause cancer and lymphomas.
On August 9, 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) issued a safety communication about the risks of adverse events concerning retrievable IVC filters. In the communication, FDA recommended physicians consider removing the IVC filter “as soon as protection from [pulmonary embolism] is no longer needed.” The FDA further recommended ongoing followup and referral for IVC … Read more
A new study by the American Association for Cancer Research shows African-American women who regularly used talcum powder for feminine hygiene purposes are at a greater risk for ovarian cancer, when compared with women who didn’t use talcum powder (such as Baby Powder or Shower To Shower). According to the African American Cancer Epidemiology Study, talcum … Read more
Women who used Baby Powder or similar talcum products have filed lawsuits, alleging baby powder caused their ovarian cancer. In 1971, a scientific study found talc particles in tumor tissue, and noted the “close association” between talc and the “asbestos group” of minerals: An extraction-replication technique was used to examine tissue from patients with ovarian … Read more