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FDA to Consider Drug With Suicide Risk

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Mesh News Desk, July 15, 2016 ~ FDA will consider approving a drug that has some red flags for its association with a risk of suicide.  The drug is made by Valeant and its called brodalumab. Last May there were six suicides among the clinical trials. That prompted drugmaker Amgen to back out on [continue reading…]

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Welcome to MND on Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 13, 2016 ~ Welcome to MND.  For five years Mesh News Desk has covered primarily the injuries coming from mesh created to be permanently placed in the pelvis in women.  There are now more lawsuits consolidated in one court than for any other dangerous consumer product. The site [continue reading…]

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MESH MESS – Banned Pelvic Mesh Receives New Life as a Breast Lift

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 12, 2016 ~ Failed Pelvic Mesh to be Used to Lift Breasts  According to its patent application, a  controversial polypropylene plastic pelvic mesh, that is banned for sale in both the U.S. and Australia and is the subject of litigation, may find new life with a new application [continue reading…]

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Atrium Medical C-Qur Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Moving Forward

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 10, 2016 ~ This article is Sponsored Content written by Brett Vaughn, RN, BSN, and JD of the Hollis Law firm, of Overland Park, Kansas, about Atrium Medical Hernia Mesh and specifically its C-Qur hernia mesh.   As many of you readers know, unlike transvaginal mesh, there are few [continue reading…]

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Where are the Warnings? Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer

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Warnings Absent Despite 40 Years of Talc Controversy One of the first studies connecting talc to ovarian cancer was published in 1971. Researchers found small particles of talc inside ovarian tumors. This piqued the interest of scientists, and more studies were published soon after. Together with these early publications is the beginning of a [continue reading…]

Treating Ovarian Cancer

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Treating Ovarian Cancer  A number of treatments are used in combination, to give a woman the best chance of recovery from ovarian cancer. Treatment is designed to target the type of cell that is cancerous, and the grade and stage of the disease. Treatment usually begins with surgery. Surgery The goal of surgery is [continue reading…]

How is Ovarian Cancer Diagnosed?

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How is Ovarian Cancer Diagnosed? Ovarian cancer is suspected if a pelvic mass is found during a routine medical exam, or if common ovarian cancer symptoms develop. There are a number of tests that help doctors make the diagnosis. These include the pelvic exam, radiologic scans and surgery. The definitive test for cancer is [continue reading…]

What are the Symptoms of Ovarian Cancer?

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What are the Most Common Ovarian Cancer Symptoms? Ovarian cancer symptoms can mimic the signs of other medical conditions such as menstrual cramps, pelvic inflammation, or a bladder infection. This is why regularly seeing a gynecologist and addressing any new symptoms that develop, or symptoms that don’t go away, is important. There are a [continue reading…]

What is Ovarian Cancer?

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What is Ovarian Cancer? There are about 200 different types of cells in the body and each type of cell serves a unique purpose. Skin cells are protective in nature; cells found in organs secrete chemicals and hormones that maintain the body’s inner balance, and others send electrical signals through body via the nervous [continue reading…]

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