Facing nearly 20,000 lawsuits from people with cancer, Johnson & Johnson has decided to stop selling talc-based Baby Powder in the U.S. and Canada.
A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $325 million to a woman who developed mesothelioma after years of using talcum powder products she says were contaminated with asbestos.
A jury in St. Louis ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $4.7 billion to 22 women who claim that baby powder caused their ovarian cancer.
A judge in Missouri has upheld a $110 million jury verdict in favor of a woman who was diagnosed with cancer after using baby powder, after finding that Johnson & Johnson had a substantial link to Missouri.
Johnson & Johnson was hit with 6 out of 7 of the biggest injury verdicts of 2016. The company is accused of putting profits above public safety in 100,000 lawsuits over baby powder, vaginal mesh, hip implants, Risperdal, Xarelto, and...
After three consecutive multi-million dollar verdicts in lawsuits alleging cancer from Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based hygiene products, the healthcare giant is hoping to change its luck by having future cases heard by a different court.
A woman who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using Johnson's Baby Powder on her genitals for 45 years has been awarded $70 million by a jury in St. Louis Circuit Court.