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Court’s Rejection Of Evidence Countering ‘Willful’ Deception On Talc Ends J&J’s Appeal Streak

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Johnson & Johnson failed to convince a Missouri appeals court to overturn a lower court finding that plaintiffs presented clear and convincing evidence the talc in its Johnson’s Baby Powder causes ovarian cancer and that the firm knew and improperly influenced regulators to allow use of the ingredient.

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