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Ben Crump files lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson on behalf of Black women – ABC News

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Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump has filed a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson, alleging the pharmaceutical giant marketed talcum-based baby powder specifically to Black women despite links to ovarian cancers.
Johnson & Johnson has denied the allegations,…

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