For years, Johnson & Johnson hid from consumers the fact its talcum powder products contained asbestos by using tests that wouldn’t detect the cancer-causing mineral, according to attorneys for a man suing the consumer health care company over claims the products caused him to develop mesothelioma. Stephen Lanzo III claims that he used Johnson & Johnson products daily – including Johnson’s Baby Powder – for about 40 years, never knowing that the talcum powder contained asbestos. Asbestos is a mineral often found in talc. When inhaled, it can cause malignant mesothelioma, a rare but deadly cancer that affects the lining ... Read More
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