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Johnson & Johnson Reported New Tests Show Baby Powder Is Asbestos Free

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Johnson & Johnson Reported New Tests Show Baby Powder Is Asbestos Free

Johnson & Johnson Reported New Tests Show Baby Powder Is Asbestos Free

Johnson & Johnson said recent tests show that Johnson’s Baby Powder was free of asbestos.

This comes after the U.S. Food and Drug Administrations found amounts of it in early 2019.

A total of 155 tests were conducted by two different third-party labs using four different methods.

According to Reuters, the tests were done on samples from the same bottle tested by the FDA.

The FDA’s test prompted the company to recall Johnson’s Baby Powder in October.

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