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Mesh Autoimmune Registry Seeks Comments, Will Close in Oct.

By Mesh Medical Device Newsdesk |

Mesh Medical Device News Desk, September 25, 2017 ~ The autoimmune registry, which is collecting comments from mesh-injured and non-mesh injured, is about to close its questionnaire. UCLA researcher, Dr. A. Lenore Ackerman asks all to add their voice, whether you have autoimmune reactions to mesh or not since they need a control group. She [continue reading…]

Scotland Calls for International Summit on Mesh Crisis

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, September 26, 2017 ~ Scotland was the first country to call on a ban on the use of polypropylene (PP) transvaginal mesh after hundreds of injured women came forward. It was the first to say NO to an official report. Now the former health secretary is calling for international action.  [continue reading…]

How Cases Are Dismissed – Adams v. American Medical Systems

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, August 28, 2017 ~ The following story underscores the importance  of  recognizing injury as soon as it happens and considering litigation. Many people are repelled by the idea of “going to court.”   MND has heard multiple times, “I’m not that sort of person,” but there is no shame [continue reading…]

Record $417 Million Verdict Against J&J in California Talc Case

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, August 21, 2017 ~ Monday marks not just an eclipse but a major earth-shattering jury verdict delivering a $417 million loss to J&J in the first California talcum powder cancer case.   The majority of the award is punitive damages aimed at sending a message to J&J. Monday morning, [continue reading…]

Transvaginal Mesh Cases in MDL – Who Is Settling, Who Isn’t

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, August 10, 2017 ~ Look at multidistrict litigation for transvaginal mesh cases in the U.S. and specifically the numeric listing of cases found in the Southern District of West Virginia. Which product liability cases remain opened and which are listed as closed? The numbers reveal which company is the [continue reading…]

Scotland Mesh Ban Continues With Your Help

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 24, 2017 ~ Scotland has led the way with a ban on mesh procedures due to the tireless campaigning of the mesh injured.   You can help them and here’s how: In Scotland – Elaine Holmes of Scottish Mesh Survivors is urging women across the world to add [continue reading…]

AU Investigation Questions Ethics Behind Mesh Study

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 5, 2017 ~ An Australian public health watchdog is launching an investigation into whether two doctors participated in a pelvic mesh study and implanted women without the knowledge of the women or the hospital.  The Victoria Health Minister, Jill Hennessy, is behind an investigation into a Melbourne public [continue reading…]

Largest Class Action in Australia Blames J&J for Hundreds of Pelvic Mesh Injuries

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, July 5, 2017 ~ As the U.S. celebrated its Independence Day, more than 700 Australian women joined in a pelvic mesh trial blaming Johnson & Johnson for their mesh-related injuries. The largest class action in Australia may take up to six months. It’s estimated as many as 100,000 Australian women [continue reading…]

Talc Cases Will Likely Stay in MO Despite Supreme Court Decision, Says Lead Lawyer

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Mesh Medical Device News Desk, June 24, 2017 ~ SCOTUS Decision Leads to Mistrial in Latest Talc Case in St. Louis, Mo. A Missouri judge declared a mistrial Monday, June 19, in a lawsuit filed by the estates of three women who had died from ovarian cancer, allegedly after using Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based [continue reading…]

J&J Granted Mistrial in Latest Talc Case in MO.

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Mesh News Desk, June 19, 2017 ~ Johnson & Johnson has been granted a mistrial in its latest multi-plaintiff talcum powder/ ovarian cancer trial. Monday morning, June 19th, in a St. Louis courtroom, defendant Johnson & Johnson requested and was granted a mistrial in its latest talcum powder trial. The wrongful death case for [continue reading…]

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