J&J challenges validity of asbestos tests after baby powder recall

The personal care giant says it will work with the FDA to ensure the integrity of the sample and the legitimacy of the tests

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Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is challenging the validity of the tests that led to a recall of 33,000 baby talc products over asbestos contamination.

Tests were carried out by the FDA to identify the presence of the deadly substance in its products.

But J&J told Cosmetics Business that it is working with the FDA to . . .

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