A New York appellate court has thrown out a $120 million award against Johnson & Johnson in a case where plaintiffs linked use of its talcum powder to mesothelioma.

The Manhattan-based appeals court on Tuesday ruled in favor of J&J, finding that a woman who sued the company after using its talcum powder and developing mesothelioma failed to prove that she was exposed to enough asbestos to cause the illness.

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