Talc and asbestos have become synonymous. Thousands of mothers and women have disposed of full containers in fear that continued use of the potentially carcinogenic product may cause ovarian cancer or mesothelioma, and many have taken their cases to court for what the product maker knew. The latest — and largest — verdict came down in mid-July for $4.7 billion involving 22 women and …
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