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The Links Between Surgical Mesh Complications and the Development of Autoimmune Diseases

May 7th, 2013 | By
The Links Between Surgical Mesh Complications and the Development of Autoimmune Diseases

Greetings from Nonie Wideman, a survivor of medical complications from Foreign Body Response (FBR) to synthetic medical mesh. I have spent over 15 years advocating for children and families, over twelve of them as a specialized care provider teaching coping and life skills.  I had to put into practice myself what I taught after a
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Suffering in Silence: Nonie Wideman ~ Canadian Child Advocate and Rancher Sidelined By Transvaginal Mesh

May 21st, 2012 | By
Suffering in Silence: Nonie Wideman ~ Canadian Child Advocate and Rancher Sidelined By Transvaginal Mesh

Nonie Wideman might be considered one of those angels on earth who pays it forward by taking into her home kids with all sorts of special and emotional needs – those who have suffered trauma and abuse, autism, ADHD, fetal alcohol syndrome, and handicaps, among other issues. Wideman, 57, and her husband Bob, 65, have
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We hope you find this a helpful resource. National News Editor, Jane Akre, began MDND with the hope of providing the latest news, information and perspective from the regulatory, industry and patient point of view, something that goes under-reported in much of the coverage of medical devices. The public is just now becoming aware that many devices do not undergo the same scrutiny as prescription drugs and are instead grandfathered in under an FDA loophole that has gone largely unchanged since the 1970s. As a result, patients become the post-market clinical trial subjects, and many suffer devastating and permanent injuries.