Johnson & Johnson is being investigated by the FBI investigation for a surgical device that has been found to spread cancer in women. So far, agents have interviewed a retired pathologist who reportedly alerted the company to problems with its laparoscopic power morcellator in 2006; a doctor who says her own cancer was exacerbated by the tool in 2013; and a woman in California with a list of 400 patients whose conditions may have been worsened by the tool. A morcellator cuts benign uterine growths, or fibroids, so that tissue can be removed and is mostly used in hysterectomies.
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