A jury has come back with a verdict in the latest talcum powder trial—and it’s for the defense.

Following two mistrials in similar cases that had juries in Los Angeles deliberating for days, a  jury in New Jersey took just a half an hour to decide that Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder did not cause a woman to get mesothelioma, a deadly lung cancer.

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