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April 1, 2016. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: An $11.1 million verdict in a Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaginal mesh lawsuit has been upheld in appeals. It is the first bellwether trial alleging personal injury from Gynecare pelvic mesh implants made by J&J’s subsidiary Ethicon Inc.Read [ $11.1M Ethicon Vaginal Mesh Settlement Upheld on Appeal ]
February 7, 2014. By Lucy Campbell.
Read [ J&J Admits Destroying Vaginal Mesh Data ]
Charleston, WV Johnson& Johnson, the maker of defective vaginal mesh implants and which are the subject of numerous defective products lawsuits, has been found to have improperly destroyed files related to the products. The finding was handed down by U.S. magistrate judge Cheryl Eifert, who is presiding over the Charleston, W. Va., court where defective vaginal mesh lawsuits have been consolidated.
July 9, 2013. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Gynecare TVM and the FDA As Hall Monitor ]
Washington, DC The parents are never home and the kids are running wild. While this would be good for a laugh in a sitcom (and probably already has, at one time), the premise as a real-life event is fraught with risk and a source of much trouble. A disaster waiting to happen.
August 17, 2012. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Transvaginal Mesh Makers in Deeper Trouble ]
Dallas, TX How do women with transvaginal mesh implants react when they discover that the faulty medical device was cleared by the FDA without ordering sanctions? It must be especially egregious to those women who had a vaginal mesh implant made by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.
June 29, 2012. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Johnson & Johnson to Stop Selling Gynecare Mesh ]
Philadelphia, PA Johnson & Johnson has announced it is discontinuing sales of its Gynecare mesh products in the wake of allegations of Gynecare mesh side effects. The mesh complications, similar to those linked to other transvaginal mesh side effects, reportedly include mesh protrusion into the vagina and urinary problems.