Johnson & Johnson Must Pay $29 Million In Baby Powder Cancer Case

Johnson & Johnson must pay $29 million to a woman who claimed its baby powder gave her terminal cancer. Guess who’s never using baby powder again.

A Superior Court jury in Oakland, California ruled J&J is mainly liable for Teresa Leavitt’s mesothelioma, linking the company’s baby powder as a “substantial contributing factor” to her illness.

Fact: J&J is facing 13,000 similar lawsuits which accuse J&J of concealing the health risks in their talc-based products for decades, resulting in asbestos-caused cancers.

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