Is there a cancer risk to women from talcum powder?
There has been rumours for decades about this but now there is a court case from America.
A jury in the US state of Missouri has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $72m (£51m) to the family of a woman who claimed her death was linked to use of the company's Baby Powder talc.
Jackie Fox from Birmingham, Alabama died of ovarian cancer last year, aged 62, having used the talc for decades.
Her family's lawyers argued that the firm knew of cancer risks from the product and failed to warn consumers.
Quote from Cancer Research UK "evidence for a link between talc use and ovarian cancer is "still uncertain".
"Even if there is a risk it is likely to be fairly small."
Quote from Ovarian cancer charity Ovacome “the causes of the disease are still unknown but are likely to be "a combination of many different inherited and environmental factors, rather than one cause such as talc".