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Exposure to Roundup is required to continue this survey. HOWEVER, many people have been exposed to Roundup even though they’ve never used the product. One could’ve been exposed to Roundup at any of the following locations
The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer recognizes glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, as “probably carcinogenic.” Their evidence has suggested a link between glyphosate and the development of cancerous tumors in mice and rats. Additional laboratory studies suggest that glyphosate damages DNA, resulting in the formation of cancer.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and believe you’ve also been exposed to Roundup, you may have grounds for a lawsuit against Bayer/Monsanto, the maker of Roundup products.
*talcum/baby powder, Shower to Shower body powder, etc.
Use of a talc-based product (talcum powder, baby powder, J&J’s Shower to Shower Body Powder, etc.) is required to continue this survey. HOWEVER, you may have been exposed to talc in ways other than use in the genital area. Talc is often used in cosmetics, deodorant, paint, roofing materials, pills, vitamins, antacids, and as an anti-caking agent in food processing. Talc was used to improve the texture of rice in Japan, until it was linked to an increased risk of stomach cancer. Talcum powder can also be inhaled in an enclosed environment, such as a barber shop, which could result in mesothelioma
By far, talcum powder poses its greatest risk when used for feminine hygiene purposes. Repeated use of talcum powder in the genital area has been linked to:
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer following regular exposure to talc-based products, you may have grounds for a lawsuit.
You need to have used Zantac, Zantac OTC to continue this survey. HOWEVER, if you have a friend or loved one who’s been diagnosed with any of the following cancers, you need to tell them about the potential link between Zantac/ranitidine and their disease.
*Smoking or previously smoked more than five cigarettes per month.
We’re sorry, but at this time, smoking is a disqualifying factor.
Use of a talc-based product, Zantac, Zantac OTC, or another medication containing ranitidine is required to continue with this survey. Please check back with us periodically because the list of cancers linked talc and Zantac use may expand.
Sorry, but at this time, only the listed cancers are being considered for legal action. But, feel free to check back periodically as new diseases may be listed.
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