J&J Pulls Talc After Judge Validates Science

| Medical Devices

Johnson & Johnson finally pulled talc-based baby powder from the markets in North America. It is a step Beasley Allen’s Ted Meadows, who heads up the firm’s Talc Litigation team, said should have happened decades ago to help prevent so many women from developing ovarian cancer. J&J characterized the move as convenient for a shift in its business model in response to circumstances surrounding COVID-19. However, Ted explains that the move comes just weeks after a federal judge ruled as valid the science that Beasley Allen and talc litigation plaintiffs have relied on for years to prove the link between talc and ovarian cancer.

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