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Breaking Johnson & Johnson to discontinue it's baby powder

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Johnson & Johnson is to stop selling and making talc-based baby powder globally, two years after it ended sales in the US and Canada.

The healthcare firm has faced tens of thousands (lakhs) of lawsuits from consumers who allege its talc products, including the instantly recognisable brand of Johnson’s baby powder, caused them to develop cancer.

 

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We left using Johnson and Johnson product a long ago. First Himalaya enters now Meme, Mama Earth, etc took place of them.
 

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Johnson & Johnson is to stop selling and making talc-based baby powder globally, two years after it ended sales in the US and Canada.

The healthcare firm has faced tens of thousands (lakhs) of lawsuits from consumers who allege its talc products, including the instantly recognisable brand of Johnson’s baby powder, caused them to develop cancer.

Our piece of childhood is gone I'm gonna miss the powder
 

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Our piece of childhood is gone I'm gonna miss the powder
Man people are accusing it of causing cancer. Meanwhile we still used the powder assuming that baby powder have less harmful substance.
 

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Man people are accusing it of causing cancer. Meanwhile we still used the powder assuming that baby powder have less harmful substance.
My mom use to put during our baby era 2002 - 2005 at that time it wasn't harmful

 

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Maharashtra FDA has canceled the license of Johnson & Johnson baby powder and has stopped the manufacturing and selling of the product in the state after it found that the powder for infants has pH value above the mandated limit.


 
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