A series of lawsuits have been brought against Johnson & Johnson by women alleging that talcum powder caused their ovarian cancer, a suggestion that current science does not support. Katrina Wesencraft takes a look at the evidence to see if there is a greater conspiracy at play.
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16 Feb, 2018
A few weeks ago I got the opportunity to attend the @TEDxUofGlasgow conference with @GlasgowGist. We heard some amazing, inspiring talks and we were lucky to interview some of the fascinating speakers. @SonyaElFrazier gives a great recap from our day there 😀 #WrongWayGoAhead https://t.co/HtKpJqxwTU
This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to get involved in communicating science! @GlasgowGist are a very welcoming, friendly team and they'll help you settle into your new role! I've gained so much in a short space of time so I would highly recommend! #scicomm https://t.co/tcGtSR3gmG
New feature alert! 🚨 We recently attended the latest @TEDxUofGlasgow conference where we were able to listen to awesome talks and interview some of the wonderful speakers. @SonyaElFrazier provides a recap of the day in our latest feature! https://t.co/NnMDhaSRBz #wrongwaygoahead
It's been so rewarding to have been involved, as a contributor then on the board, & I can't recommend it enough! Those leaving will be on hand to show the new people the ropes, so if you're nervous about being thrown in at the deep end - don't be! #scicomm @SciCommGlasgow https://t.co/ttjfcDSkGP
Our AGM IS TOMORROW- come join the GIST board! We're looking for a new events and finance team, social media team and multimedia team 😃 We are also looking for a Head of Caledonian! You'll find info on each role on our website (meet the team) https://t.co/JyB7GqAiEx #jointheGIST