Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson is offering $8.9 billion to settle allegations that its talcum-based baby powder causes cancer years after a court blocked a $72 million judgment to a Black woman plaintiff.
Biz/Media | Written By ionelholloway
Jacqueline Fox, 62, of Birmingham, Alabama, who was Black, died in 2015. She alleged that Johnson & Johnson baby powder contributed to her ovarian cancer.
Uncategorized | Written By HelloBeautiful Staff
A St. Louis jury ruled on Monday that Johnson & Johnson must pay the family of Jacqueline Fox $72 million in damages for the role its products played in the woman's death from stage-3 ovarian cancer after a two-year battle.
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