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Johnson & Johnson has recently come under fire when news broke out that their talcum-based products are causing ovarian cancer among women. Now, a lawyer in Alabama urged the company to remove its talcum powder products from store shelves or warn women of the risks the merchandises carry.
This month, Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay a 62-year-old woman named Gloria Ristesund in South Dakota with $55 million for contributing to the development of her ovarian cancer. The products in question are Johnson’s Baby Powder and Shower to Shower.
In February, the company also paid $72 million to the family of Jacqueline Fox from Tarrant, who died from ovarian cancer prior to the verdict. She claimed that Johnson & Johnson’s talcum-based products also triggered her fatal disease.
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