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The mega verdict in the case involving 22 women smacks Johnson & Johnson with over $4 billion in punitive damages.
Twenty-two woman from across the U.S. allege they developed ovarian cancer from using Johnson & Johnson talcum powders for years
As scientists continue to explore the link between talc and cancer, the relationship is undeniable.
The New York Times reports on the growing number of woman with ovarian cancer suing health-care giant Johnson & Johnson.
The award is the third mega verdict this year in lawsuits alleging the company's talc-containing powders caused ovarian cancer.
The latest verdict brings to more than $300 million the amount juries have awarded to women who have developed ovarian cancer from talc products.