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An image used by plaintiffs counsel alleging J&J’s talcum powder led to ovarian cancer. J&J said the image “served one purpose only: to inflame the jury.”

Johnson & Johnson’s refusal to warn consumers its baby powder might cause ovarian cancer, despite four decades of knowing about the risk, created a “perfect storm of highly reprehensible conduct” that warranted a $4.7 billion verdict in Missouri.

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