J&J Loses Trial in New Jersey Over Claims Linking Cancer to Asbestos in Talc

By | April 6, 2018

  • April 12, 2018 at 2:39 pm
    GoldC says:
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    No scientific proof has been brought forward linking the powder to cancer yet the awards keep happening. Isn’t anyone going to accept that cancer occurs even in people who have had no exposure to deadly pathogens or carcinogens?

    What did someone do with baby powder since 1972 – inhale it directly? Is it a known carcinogen?

    How many women using talc powder (and where?) were impacted? On the basis of these suits, every child baby-powdered by his/her mom in the 70s and 80s should have developed a form of cancer by now.

    This is absurd.

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