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DCGI orders Johnson & Johnson not to use talc raw material for any production till further orders
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DCGI orders Johnson & Johnson not to use talc raw material for any production till further orders

On the directions of the CDSCO, drug inspectors collected samples of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder from both the plants on Wednesday.

Samples of Johnson & Johnson baby powder to be tested as drug inspectors examine mfg facilities: Report
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Samples of Johnson & Johnson baby powder to be tested as drug inspectors examine mfg facilities: Report

Johnson & Johnson in India did not have any immediate comment on the reports of sample seizures by Indian authorities.

India's drug regulator says Reuters report on Johnson & Johnson baby powder 'under consideration'
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India's drug regulator says Reuters report on Johnson & Johnson baby powder 'under consideration'

Johnson & Johnson said in a statement that the Reuters article, which was published on Friday, “is one-sided, false and inflammatory.”

Johnson & Johnson moves to limit impact of report on asbestos in baby powder
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Johnson & Johnson moves to limit impact of report on asbestos in baby powder

While Johnson & Johnson has dominated the talc powder market for more than 100 years, the products contributed less than 0.5% its $76.5 billion in revenue last year.

More controversy for Nestle: Live worms found in baby powder in Coimbatore
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More controversy for Nestle: Live worms found in baby powder in Coimbatore

After Nestle's Maggie controversy, now the company's baby food product Cerelac is under the scanner of Food Safety and Drug Administration Department in Tamil Nadu.

Why has J&J lost its Mulund cosmetic license? All you need to know
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Why has J&J lost its Mulund cosmetic license? All you need to know

The FDA had cancelled the licence of J&J facility in March after it found that 15 batches of baby talcum powder manufactured at the Mulund plant were sterilised using ethylene oxide, a chemical that is widely believed to cause cancer, nausea, vomiting and is considered an irritant.

Shocker! J&J baby powder contained cancer causing substance
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Shocker! J&J baby powder contained cancer causing substance

The FDA has spotted ethylene oxide, a carcinogen and irritant, in 15 batches of baby talcum powder produced in 2007 and had shelf life until 2010.