Posts Tagged ‘ mesh ’

Welcome to Mesh News Desk

Feb 1st, 2016 | By
MAM rally in Charleston, WV in 2015

February 1, 2016~ Welcome to Mesh News Desk, Your Resource for mesh-related news and information. This site began more than four years ago when mesh litigation was in its early stages. Today there  more than 100,000 lawsuits filed in the U.S. alone and as well as cases filed around the globe.  At the same time
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Pelvic Mesh-Injured Women Plan April Rally in Charleston, WV

Jan 18th, 2016 | By
Mesh Awareness Movement in Charleston, WV, June 2015

Mesh News Desk, January 18, 2016 ~ Organizers of mesh-injured women want the public to know a rally is planned for Charleston, West Virginia on Monday, April 11, 2016. That is the date that 37 transvaginal mesh trials will be heard on the same day before U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Goodwin. .  The defendant
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Hernia Mesh: The Debate and the History

Oct 28th, 2014 | By
Dr. Robert Bendavid, Shouldice Clinic, Toronto

In this excellent article by General Surgery News (here)  the history of hernia mesh as well as the present day debate is laid out despite the fact that it is linked to chronic pain, mesh erosion into adjacent tissues or organs, infection and fistulas, among other problems. General Surgery News reports on the March 2014
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Young Mesh-Injured Woman from the Northeast Looking for Help

Oct 5th, 2014 | By
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Like so many, this woman has been told not to speak up.  We respect that. It is possible her case will go to trial and she will be deposed.  So she will remain anonymous. If you have any helpful doctors in the Northeast, please let her know. She is suffering…Your comments are welcome!  I, like
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Dallas Trial, Salazar v Boston Scientific Covered by Dallas Observer

Sep 3rd, 2014 | By
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The Dallas Observer and reporter Amy Silverstein offer this coverage of the Martha Salazar v. Boston Scientific trial underway in Dallas. She wrote  a May feature story, about the Batiste trial. She was awarded $1.2 million by a jury in her defective mesh case against Johnson & Johnson.  Jurors also found her TVT-O was defectively
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J&J Creed Promises High Quality as Pelvic Mesh Complaints Come In

Aug 27th, 2014 | By

This coverage is provided in conjunction with We Are Mesh Survivors, a coalition of synthetic vaginal mesh implant survivors united to demand justice for those who have suffered and to demand that existing products be pulled from the market until their safety can be demonstrated. ## Jo Huskey was an active women. She enjoyed hiking with
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UK Woman Notes Changes to J&J Website

May 8th, 2014 | By

Seems a bit strange if you visit these websites  particularly Ethicon and you try to access SUI and POP products, you get an  access denied message.  Hernia lighter meshes are accessible. If they have nothing to hide why are they hiding  products that previously were vigorously marketed and easily  accessed? Type TVT-O of Gynecare in the
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Shareholders, CEO Meet With Those Injured by J&J Mesh

Apr 27th, 2014 | By

It was not an easy trip for this mesh-injured group to make to New Brunswick, New Jersey, home of healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson (J&J). As editor of Mesh News Desk, I had gathered five mesh-injured to fly into town but we were warned that while access to the annual J&J shareholders meeting April 24
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Mesh Down Under: Litigation in New Zealand Heats Up

Apr 7th, 2014 | By
Clare Berry- Mesh Down Under

Mesh Down Under by CARMEL BERRY 5 April 2014 With the plethora of on-line petitions making their way onto social networking pages it seems astonishing that Charlotte Korte and I – two everyday Kiwi women have managed to have our petition accepted by the House of Representatives and passed to the Health Select Committee. We
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Number of Websites Addressing Mesh Pain & Info Explodes Globally

Mar 31st, 2014 | By

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago when the issue of polypropylene mesh used for surgery was known by a few people. Truth in Medicine was probably the first website devoted to mesh injuries. Mesh Medical Device News Desk (Mesh News Desk) came along in the summer of 2011. Today there has been
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