In a dramatic courtroom showdown, an Oregon jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $260 million to Kyung Lee, a 48-year-old mother who developed mesothelioma after using the company’s talc-based baby powder for over 30 years. This landmark verdict raises critical questions about the safety of a household staple and the potential risks of long-term use. Find out more about the case, the arguments, and what this means for the future of Johnson & Johnson’s legal battles.

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Read more: Jury Awards $260 Million to Baby Powder User in Case Against Johnson & Johnson

 

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