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Johnson and Johnson stops sell of powder in US and Canada

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Johnson’s baby powder will no longer be sold in the US and Canada as revealed by the healcare giants Johnson and Johnson.

The move by the company has been caused by several suits against them of allegations that there talc product causes cancer.

In previous court cases, Johnson and Johnson has been ordered to pay billion in compensation following damaging evidence against them.

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They have however pleaded innocence as they confirmed to have pulled down it sells in the two country for an indefinite period of time.

The decision will see businesses having their stocks to continue with the sales but will not be able to restock for the period of time.

Sales of the products in other countries have also dwindled as the giant health care attributed it to wrong information being shared to its customers.

They also blame lawyers who they say are advertising and calling on more people with complains against the company to come forward.

The talc powder is believed to contain asbestos which is linked to causing cancer to long term users including babies.

Research conducted by the US Food and Drugs Administration confirmed the same back in October last year.


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