J&J compelled to pay $120 million as lady detects cancer using baby powder


New York State judge ordered J&J to pay a compensation of $120 billion to Brooklyn women and her spouse after she claimed the company for mesothelioma by regular usage of J&J ‘s baby powder. Justice Gerald Lebovits of the state supreme court in Manhattan reduced the payout from the $325 million that was initially demanded by the Oslons. Donna Oslan confirmed that she regularly used J&J powder and body shower for 50 years. However, J&J did not immediately comment on the case turnout.


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