Beasley Allen attorney Ted Meadows talked with WIAT News about the latest verdict against Johnson & Johnson, linking its talcum powder products to ovarian cancer. Documents presented at trial indicated Johnson & Johnson knew of the ovarian cancer risk from genital use of talc for decades but refused to warn consumers. Meadows says the Plaintiffs want Johnson & Johnson to add a warning label to its products, but the company so far refuses to do so.
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