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Johnson & Johnson Told to Pay $4.7 Billion in Talcum Powder Case

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 July 2018 ()
Johnson & Johnson must pay damages to women who claimed that asbestos in the company’s talcum powder products caused them to develop ovarian cancer.
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News video: Johnson & Johnson vows to appeal $4.7 billion talcum products verdict

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The plaintiffs argued that Johnson & Johnson's talcum powder products, like baby powder, caused them to develop ovarian cancer. This was the first trial to argue that talc in baby powder contains cancer-causing asbestos. Johnson & Johnson said in a statement it "is deeply disappointed" and "remains...

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