J&J Must Pay $72 Million Over Talc Tied to Woman's CancerTim Bross and Jef Feeley
Jury foreman says it was clear J&J was `hiding something'
Company faces about 1,200 more suits over talc products
Johnson & Johnson must pay $72 million to the family of a woman who blamed her fatal ovarian cancer on the company’s talcum powder in the first state-court case over the claims to go to trial.
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