• Aline. Hebert March 10, 2017 at 6:05 pm

    I had a Nissan but it went underwater 2005

  • Tara Thompson March 16, 2017 at 11:42 am

    I don’t know how you can say the mesh settlement is good news. $12.5 million distributed among 2710 women is a paltry $4600 each. These women suffer for years and most if not all have repeated painful surgeries which do not completely resolve the problems and in some cases make things worse. Imagine having your internal parts sliced through by hardened plastic mesh saws. Worse than the paltry payout, to relieve Caldera of further liability is a disaster for future victims. The mesh is still being implanted! Women’s lives are being ruined, meanwhile Caldera and the other manufacturers march on and continue to profit from the misery. I read that Caldera was sending mesh kits to poor countries, so now unwitting victims there who are already poor, struggling, lack proper medical care, and have little or no access to information will now end up with debilitating complications. What will happen to them when they develop serious infections or when they cannot urinate or are in such pain that they can’t sit or walk? They won’t be able to be treated for repeated infections or catheterize themselves or have the mesh removed as women in better-off countries can do. I fear we’re going to see many women dying in those countries. IMO this is one of the biggest medical tragedies for women EVER. I think it’s much worse than fen-phen or even Thalidomide.

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