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CINCINNATI - Procter and Gamble has agreed to settle a class-action diaper lawsuit.
The plaintiffs complained that Pampers' Dry Max caused diaper rash and other skin problems on children.
Under the settlement Procter and Gamble will pay $1,000 to the 59 plaintiffs in the class action.
The company will also have to pay $2.7 million in legal fees and another $400,000 will be paid to fund training programs in pediatric skin care.
9 News and WCPO.com will have more information on this case at 5 p.m.
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