If J&J Talc Had Asbestos, It Could Cause Cancer, Expert Says

Law360, Los Angeles (October 20, 2017, 10:12 PM EDT) -- If Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder products contained asbestos, a person using them on their child or on themselves could develop mesothelioma, a former Tulane pathology professor and asbestos expert testified in a California trial Friday for a woman alleging she developed the cancer in this way.

During the second day of the trial in Pasadena, California, plaintiffs Tina and Doug Herford called to the stand Tulane University professor emeritus and asbestos expert Arnold Brody as the first witness supporting their claim that J&J and its...
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