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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