J&J says air conditioner is to blame for asbestos found in Baby Powder

The personal care giant says that the positive asbestos result that led to its recent Baby Powder recall was due to contamination from a portable air conditioner unit

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has conducted its own investigation into a lot of its Baby Powder that tested positive for asbestos by the FDA earlier this month.

The personal care company has come to the conclusion that a portable air conditioner was contaminated . . .

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