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I have been contacted by reporters such as Steven Brill and Jane Akre, lawyers from four countries such as Michael Huttner of the US, Jacquelyn NG from DEACONS in Hong Kong, Charlie Euchner Case Writer & Project Editor Yale School of Management, a variety of whistleblowers including Scott Bartz, one of the convicted (which I cannot disclose publicly) and numerous victims. They are all using the information from the Johnson and Toxin site for their court cases and research projects asking me to do specific research in addition to what is on the site. In the case of Steven Brill - a new project regarding known defective hips and knees and pharmaceutical products based on my work without any credit or compensation to me. I have basically been told to get a real job by most since I get nothing from any of them and they use my work for financial gain. This is beyond bullshit. They are obviously incapable of doing their own research regarding Johnson & Johnson and the pharmaceutical industry in general.
The site has also been visited numerous times by the World unHealth disOrganization, US Centers for Disease unControl, Department of Defenseless, Department of inJustice and even the US Federal Reserve and so on. A literal alphabet soup of government organizations.
This site also is also regularly by offices of the DOW, JPMorgan, CitiGroup, The Bank of New York Mellon Corp, Lloyds Banking Group PLC, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., as well as other major financial institutions.
This site has been visited by numerous educational facilities including Quinnipiac University, Universitaet Graz, Baruch College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Yale, Miami Dade College, Marymount Manhattan College, Loyola University, Punjabi University, Franciscan University, Arizona State University, University of Surrey London, Loughborough University, Louisiana State University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Oregon State University University of California, just to name a few.
And, of course, visitors from Johnson & Johnson servers around the world, Bayer, Synthes, Merk and others.
The only reason I am unable to afford a place to live is because people like the disgustingly wealthy above take my work and give NO contributions or credit. I choose to spend over 100 hours a week doing the research, maintaining the site and all promotion of the horrors of Johnson & Johnson for the benefit of all consumers, doctors and patients. I don't ask much, but a contribution would be greatly appreciated.
Emily Patterson :o)
Twenty Years of KNOWN Carcinogens in J&J US Baby Care Products Finally Ends!
After 20 years of press releases, petitions, writing to representatives, Johnson & Johnson FINALLY removes a few KNOWN carcinogens from formulations intended for United States consumers. BUT WE STILL HAVE MORE WORK TO DO, HERE'S WHY...
Keywords: toxin, cancer, baby, neutrogena, aveeno, asthma, eczema, carcinogen
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Yet Again, Johnson & Johnson Uses Deceptive Marketing to Increase Sales
(2015, January 19)
Would Johnson & Johnson be able to make any money without lying, falsifying or misleading consumers about the size, safety and effectiveness of their products?
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A Strong Argument Against Johnson & Johnson Control of Vaping or E-Cigs (2014, December 9)
Known harmful, misrepresented drugs. Known harmful, misrepresented devices. Known toxic ingredients in baby products. Do NOT let Johnson & Johnson get control of vaping or e-cigs.
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Ingredients to avoid: Methylisothiazolinone and Methylchloroisothiazolinone (2014, November 21)
Two more ingredients to keep an eye on. Emerging data suggests this one may be a dermal irritant, associated with eczema and a possible neurotoxin.
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Sodium Laureth Sulfate Contaminated with Known Carcinogen 1,4-dioxane (2014, November 17)
This contaminant MUST be banned in United States as it is in other countries for the health and safety of our children.
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Consumer Activist VICTORY Over Johnson & Johnson - KNOWN Carcinogens Removed From Baby Products (2014, November 16)
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After more than 20 years of trying, consumer activists were finally able to convince Johnson & Johnson to remove KNOWN carcinogens from their products.
Corruption Making Johnson & Johnson Products a Game of HealthCare Roulette (2014, March 31)
Bad hips. Bad mesh. Bad butt staplers. Bad drugs. All were known to have above acceptible risks. All were sold anyway through a corrupt system. Harming and sometimes killing their victims.
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$JNJ 'Growth' Based on Corruption, Toxic Products, Harmful Devices and Pharma Fraud (2013, October 24)
Stock market analysts claim JNJ growth - um, but it's only an illusion based on corruption, toxic products, harmful devices and fraudulently marketed drugs.
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How WalMart Ban on Toxic Ingredients Affects Johnson & Johnson $JNJ
(2013, September 20)
Those of us that can see the future see that a WalMart ban on products that contain known carcinogens, known asthmagens and other harmful ingredients can see that it will ban many, if not most, of current Johnson & Johnson products.
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The Government of India Upholds Johnson & Johnson Cosmetic Product Ban (2013, July 29)
I personally would like to thank the government of India for upholding the ban of Johnson & Johnson products after being caught using a banned process to sterilize baby powder. The process leaves a carcinogenic residue in the finished product.
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Johnson & Johnson Consumer Sales Suffer Even More With Products Suspended in South Korea and India (2013, May 21)
JNJ Consumer Sales will continue to drop with hefty penalties in South Korea for Children's Tylenol recall and India for carcinogen in baby powder.
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Johnson & Johnson Again Vows to Remove a Few Baby Carcinogens (2013, May 10)
Vowing isn't the same as doing - get the carcinogens out of our baby products.
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How Johnson & Johnson Profits From Harmful Products, Bad Drugs and Faulty Devices (2013, April 29)
Faulty products and illegal marketing causing lifelong medical issues and disabilities are a cash cow for Johnson & Johnson.
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Johnson & Johnson Consumer Sales Continue to Drop, 2011 to 2013 (2012, October 22)
Johnson & Johnson consumer goods sales continue to slide in 2013 due to boycotts, recalls and more carcinogens in baby care products.
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< JNJ to Remove Harmful Chems from Baby Care by 2013 and Adult Care by 2015 (2012, August 17)
What are consumers to use until harmful chems are removed?
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Johnson & Johnson UN-health Care (2012, March 23)
If people were healthy, Johnson & Johnson would go broke. Carcinogens in consumer goods, medical devices with known long-term health consequences, in addition to drugs with side effects that require more drugs, help ensure that J&J remains profitable.
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What Contains Formaldehyde at 200 Times OSHA Safe Exposure Limit? Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo. (2012, March 23)
Just how risky is it to use a baby shampoo that contains 200 times the OSHA safe exposure limit of formaldehyde on your child? Read this to find out.
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