Talcum Powder

Fueled by Covid-19 and Consumer Distrust, Johnson & Johnson Pulls Talc-based Baby Powder fom U.S. and Canadian Stores

This page features: Cited Research Articles 5/19/2020 – JOHNSON & JOHNSON PULLS SALE OF TALC-BASED BABY POWDER IN U.S. AND CANADA AMID LAWSUITS Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health announced on May 19, 2020 that their long-scrutinized talc-based baby powder will be pulled permanently from all store shelves in the United States and Canada. This discontinuation comes …

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Judge reduces $8 billion Johnson & Johnson drug verdict, appeals continue

This page features: Cited Research Articles Both sides vow to continue appeals after a Philadelphia judge on Jan. 17 drastically cut Johnson & Johnson’s jury verdict from $8 billion to $6.8 million over damages reportedly caused by the company’s antipsychotic drug Risperdal. No reason was given as to why Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Kenneth Powell …

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Johnson & Johnson Faces Continued Lawsuits Due to Talcum Powder Cancer Risk

This page features: Cited Research Articles 5/19/2020 – JOHNSON & JOHNSON PULLS SALE OF TALC-BASED BABY POWDER IN U.S. AND CANADA AMID LAWSUITS Since 1971, there have been studies linking the potential between ovarian cancer and talcum powder. Several studies have shown that when used near the genitals, talcum powder can travel to the ovaries and …

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Could A Recent Study Clear Baby Powder of Cancer Risk?

This page features: Cited Research Articles Johnson & Johnson has been at the center of a tidal wave of lawsuits, with more than 14,000 filed in 2019 alone, over the claim the use of its popular baby powder and its main ingredient, talc, could be linked to ovarian and mesothelioma cancers. However, a study published on …

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