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Mesh Lawsuits Reveal the Effect of Poorly Regulated Medical Devices

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Mesh Lawsuits Reveal the Effect of Poorly Regulated Medical Devices

More than 80,000 deaths in the past decade were linked to complications from medical devices, according to a recent New York Times article. This shocking statistic has resulted from manufacturers concerning themselves more with the benefits of introducing new medical equipment quickly, rather than thoroughly testing for safety. Once the products were released, device makers failed to...

Ethicon Withholds Info to Protect Mesh Profits

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Ethicon Withholds Info to Protect Mesh Profits

A consistent chain of behavior demonstrates Ethicon’s disregard for patient safety, making profit its first priority, and dragging its heels on reprinting mesh instructions with proper warnings.

On November 29th, company officials from Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson unit, presented deposition testimony admitting the company was aware of potential complications related to a mesh medical...

Hernia Mesh – Common But Potentially Deadly

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Hernia Mesh – Common But Potentially Deadly

Surgery Using a Defective Mesh Medical Device to Repair Hernias Can Be Deadly

Hernia surgery, a common procedure in the United States, often involves the use of a mesh medical device to repair the hernia and prevent future hernias from occurring. However, many problems with hernia mesh have been reported to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), leading to recalls of certain mesh...

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