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Imerys Talc reaches settlement on the eve of trial in J&J talcum powder mesothelioma lawsuit

Imerys Talc America – which supplies Johnson & Johnson with talc for Johnson’s Baby Powder and other products – has reached a settlement on the eve of trial with a woman who alleges she developed mesothelioma cancer from exposure to talcum powder. The lawsuit, filed by California resident Carolyn Weirick, will proceed to jury deliberations

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Johnson & Johnson hid role in funding talcum powder-cancer research

Johnson & Johnson and Luzenac, a talc mining company, funded a study that purported to show that exposure to talcum powder does not cause ovarian cancer. News about the pharmaceutical giant’s role in funding the 2008 study came to light last week during a lawsuit filed by 22 women who were diagnosed with cancer after

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Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $21.7 million in California asbestos talcum powder lawsuit

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay $21.7 million in damages in a California lawsuit filed by a woman who was diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer. The lawsuit alleged that exposure to asbestos in Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder product caused the women to develop mesothelioma, a deadly form of cancer that is caused by

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J&J, Imerys hit with $117 million verdict in talcum powder mesothelioma lawsuit

A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson and Imerys Talc America to pay $117 million in damages in a lawsuit filed by a New Jersey man who was diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer after years of using Johnson & Johnson talcum powder products. The lawsuit accused the two companies of failing to ensure that the talc

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Missouri judge upholds $110 million talcum powder verdict against Johnson & Johnson

A judge in Missouri has upheld a $110 million verdict awarded to a Virginia woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer linked to the of talcum powder products sold by Johnson & Johnson. The verdict in the case had been called into question following a Supreme Court ruling earlier this year that imposed stricter standards

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Johnson & Johnson faces California lawsuit over alleged talcum powder-mesothelioma link

Johnson & Johnson is facing a lawsuit in California filed by a woman who alleges that she developed mesothelioma as a result of using the company’s talcum powder products. Legal experts say that the case has the potential to expand the talcum powder litigation facing Johnson & Johnson, which is already facing thousands of lawsuits

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J&J hit with record $417 million verdict in California talcum powder lawsuit

A California jury has awarded a $417 million verdict to a woman with terminal ovarian cancer who filed a talcum powder lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson. The verdict is the largest that has ever been awarded in a lawsuit involving the company’s talcum powder products, surpassing several multi-million verdicts against Johnson & Johnson that were

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Ovarian cancer victim had talc particles in her ovaries, pathologist testifies at California trial

A retired Harvard pathologist testified at a recent court hearing that a woman who died from ovarian cancer had talc particles in her ovaries. Dr. John Godleski – a retired pathology expert who taught at Harvard University – was called to testify as part of a lawsuit filed on behalf of a woman who was

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Talcum powder lawsuit damages against J&J total over $300 million after $110 million verdict

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay more than $110M in damages to a Virginia woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using the company’s talcum powder products. The verdict is the fourth legal defeat for Johnson & Johnson in the Missouri litigation over its talcum baby powder brands, which has resulted in

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Illinois woman files talcum powder lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and Walgreens

An Illinois woman has filed a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and Walgreens. The lawsuit alleges that Andrea Harris developed ovarian cancer after years of using talcum powder products manufactured by Johnson & Johnson for feminine hygiene. Harris alleges that she purchased the products at Walgreens.

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