Family Awarded $72 Million Over Claims Talcum Powder Caused Ovarian Cancer

Following a three-week-long trial in the U.S ., a jury in Missouri has ordered that pharmaceutical company Johnson& Johnson pay out a staggering $72 million to the family of the status of women who died last year of ovarian cancer, a demise the family blames on the heath care giants talcum powder. According to BBC…

Females would benefit from preemptive ovarian cancer operation

( CNN) Fewer than half of ovarian cancer patients survive more than five years after their diagnosis. But new research was indicated that preemptive surgery to remove a woman’s ovaries and fallopian tubes might benefit more females than previously known. According to a recent analyze by Queen Mary University London scientists, for women age 40…