On Tuesday the Missouri Eastern District appeals court overturned a $72 million jury verdict in favor of an Alabama woman who had claimed her longtime use of baby powder and other Johnson & Johnson products contributed to the ovarian cancer that killed her.
On Tuesday the Missouri Eastern District appeals court overturned a $72 million jury verdict in favor of an Alabama woman who had claimed her longtime use of baby powder and other Johnson & Johnson products contributed to the ovarian cancer that killed her. Associated Press
On Tuesday the Missouri Eastern District appeals court overturned a $72 million jury verdict in favor of an Alabama woman who had claimed her longtime use of baby powder and other Johnson & Johnson products contributed to the ovarian cancer that killed her. Associated Press

Missouri appeals court throws out $72 million award in Johnson & Johnson talcum powder case

October 17, 2017 02:17 PM

UPDATED October 17, 2017 03:35 PM

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