No Conclusive Evidence Baby Powder Causes Cancer, Yet Johnson & Johnson Hit With Another $2 Billion Verdict

Updated October 13th, 2020

No Conclusive Evidence Baby Powder Causes Cancer, Yet Johnson & Johnson Hit With Another $2 Billion Verdict

We've all heard claims that talc-based baby powder is linked to cancer, but there's no conclusive evidence to back it up. So, how are so many states cashing in on the speculation?

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