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J&J to stop selling talc-based baby powder globally in 2023

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Talc will be replaced by cornstarch, the company said. The company has faced litigation alleging its talcum powder caused users to develop ovarian cancer. J&J insists, and the overwhelming majority of medical research on talc indicates, that the talc baby powder is safe and doesn't cause cancer.
2 months ago·New Brunswick, United States

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Johnson & Johnson to stop selling talcum powder

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Johnson & Johnson to stop making talc-based baby powder globally

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