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Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based Johnson's Baby Powder in U.S., Canada

Reuters | Updated: 20-05-2020 03:34 IST | Created: 20-05-2020 02:35 IST
Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talc-based Johnson's Baby Powder in U.S., Canada
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Johnson and Johnson on Tuesday said it would stop selling its talc-based Johnson's Baby Powder in the United States and Canada as part of a broad reassessment of its consumer product portfolio prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

J&J faces lawsuits from consumers claiming its talc products, including Johnson's Baby Powder, caused their cancer, but J&J said it remains confident in the product's safety.


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