Johnson & Johnson has been hit with numerous lawsuits by victims of mesothelioma, a rare asbestos-related cancer that tends to show symptoms years after exposure. The controversy over J&J baby powder is not new—rather, it’s decades old. In the early 1970s, a company official posed the question: If J&J Baby Powder contained 1 percent asbestos,
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