SANTA MONICA - Opening remarks Monday in a trial to determine if Johnson & Johnson baby powder caused a women to develop mesothelioma pitted plaintiff attorneys who said the company had engaged in a campaign of deception to protect their profits, versus defense attorneys who contended the product was asbestos-free.
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LOS ANGELES – A jury is unable to decide if plaintiff Carolyn Weirick's long-term use of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder caused her to develop mesothelioma, an incurable fatal lung cancer.
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