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Apr 28 2022

Must-See HBO Documentary Series Features Asbestos in Cosmetics

HBO’s new documentary series, Not So Pretty, takes a critical investigative look at the beauty industry and the numerous health risks associated with certain cosmetics products. The first episode, “Makeup,” highlights the hidden ...

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Apr 26 2022

7th Annual Greatest Escape Motorcycle Generates over $45,000 for Research!

On Saturday, April 16 th, over 100 riders took part in the 7 th Annual Greatest Escape Motorcycle Rally for Mesothelioma Research. Worthington & Caron was proud to once again serve as lead sponsor and participate in this one-of-a-kind motorcycle ...

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Apr 19 2022

EPA Proposes Banning Chrysotile Asbestos

The Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed banning the use, manufacture and import of Chrysotile asbestos, the most ubiquitous type of asbestos. The landmark proposal intending to restrict asbestos, signals the first time the federal ...

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Mar 16 2022

Johnson & Johnson's Controversial Prison Experiments Revealed

Unsealed documents from more than 50 years ago, reveal that Johnson & Johnson funded experiments on prison inmates to examine the effects of talc. Bloomberg News reports that J&J’s involvement in these controversial talc studies was not ...

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Feb 24 2022

$5M Awarded to Retired Contractor Exposed to Asbestos from Drywall Products

The asbestos attorneys of Worthington & Caron, P.C. are pleased to report that on February 16, 2022, a Santa Monica Jury awarded $5 million to our clients in a case entitled Brooks vs. Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc., et al. (LASC Case No. ...

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