J&J re­grets pay­ing for study that in­ject­ed in­car­cer­at­ed Black men with as­bestos — re­port

New­ly un­sealed court doc­u­ments re­veal that John­son & John­son paid for a study that in­ject­ed 10 in­car­cer­at­ed Black men with as­bestos, as part of the …

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