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Women’s health concerns prompt condom makers to stop using talc

Women’s health concerns prompt condom makers to stop using talc

Concern about talc as an ovarian carcinogen goes back 50 years in the medical literature. By the 1970s, evidence was mounting that talc particles might migrate into a woman’s fallopian tubes where they could cause scarring and irritation of the ovaries. Scientists believed in some cases that the scarring led to infertility or cancer.