Johnson & Johnson forced to pay £3.6billion to women who claim talcum powder caused cancer

Friday, 13 July 2018
It is alleged that the company's products have been laced with cancer-causing asbestos 'for decades' and women are now being urged to avoid using talcum on their genitals.
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