If any readers are “out-of-the-box-thinkers,” as I’m accused of being, then maybe you ought to think about what’s happened, and even possible, in the legal arena regarding microwave technologies health damages when juxtaposed with Johnson & Johnson’s talcum powder product legal liability, lawsuits, judgments and settlements because their product and talc, in particular, was considered a “possible carcinogen,” specifically since 2006.
About 1700 lawsuits have been filed against talcum powder producers J&J, Sanofi US, Imerys Talc, Valeant Pharmaceuticals and Chattem. Imerys, however, mined the talc, a mineral, according to the plaintiffs’ lawsuits, which claimed the talc caused their cancers. Some talc in its natural form contains asbestos, a cancer-causing agent, which was alleged to have been inhaled by some product users.
One J&J talcum powder user of 40 years…
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