Johnson & Johnson to Pay US Woman $110 million in Suit Linking Its Baby Powder, Shower Talc to Cancer

A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson (J&J) to pay a Virginia woman $110 million in compensation for the ovarian cancer she acquired due to the company’s talc products, The Strait Times reports. Thousands of similar lawsuits are pending, accusing the company of both ignoring studies linking cancer to their products, and of failing to warn customers about the risk. This is not the first successful lawsuit against this company and, with more than 20 studies linking the use of...

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