Plaintiffs Judith Winkel and her husband, John Winkel, of Santa Barbara, Calif., alleged that in past decades the talc in Colgate's popular Cashmere Bouquet powder came from asbestos-contaminated mines. The couple won a settlement for an undisclosed amount this week in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Plaintiffs Judith Winkel and her husband, John Winkel, of Santa Barbara, Calif., alleged that in past decades the talc in Colgate's popular Cashmere Bouquet powder came from asbestos-contaminated mines. The couple won a settlement for an undisclosed amount this week in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Plaintiffs Judith Winkel and her husband, John Winkel, of Santa Barbara, Calif., alleged that in past decades the talc in Colgate's popular Cashmere Bouquet powder came from asbestos-contaminated mines. The couple won a settlement for an undisclosed amount this week in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Colgate-Palmolive settles talc-asbestos case, dismisses link to cancer

April 30, 2015 02:19 PM

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