A federal grand jury in Washington is looking into what Johnson & Johnson officials knew about the cancer risks in the company’s Baby Powder-brand talcum powder and other products, according to a report.
Topline: Federal authorities have launched a criminal probe into whether pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson lied to the public about the possible cancer risks of its talcum powder, Bloomberg reported
Household brand Johnson & Johnson is back in the news as a grand jury in Washington is investigating whether or not the company knew that its talcum powder products contained any harmful carcinogens. to
(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is pursuing a criminal probe into whether Johnson & Johnson lied about potential cancer risks of its talcum powder and has convened a grand jury in Washington, reported
Johnson & Johnson on Friday said there were no new developments regarding a Justice Department probe into the company’s handling of talcum powder. The company’s statement followed a Bloomberg report that
• Shares of Johnson & Johnson fell as much as 6% Friday amid reports the US Justice Department is pursuing a criminal investigation into the company.• The DOJ is looking into whether J&J lied about the