Talcum Powder Suit Claims 80 Plaintiff Not Misjoined

A Missouri federal court has remanded a talcum powder exposure suit, rejecting Johnson & Johnson’s position that the claims of 80 plaintiffs were misjoined and finding that the underlying claims were “sufficiently related to support joinder in the case.” In the July 11 ruling, the U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Missouri said that the defendants had failed to …

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Victims of Johnson and Johnson Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

Baby powder is marketed for the use by adult women as a feminine hygiene product. Some products contain talcum powder, a mineral that is used to absorb moisture and reduce friction. It has also been marketed for the treatment and prevention of diaper rash. Talcum powder is harmful if inhaled because it dries out mucous membranes in the lungs, which …

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