Johnson & Johnson faces first transvaginal mesh trial

Transvaginal mesh manufacturer Johnson & Johnson faced the first of nearly 1,800 trials in New Jersey state court alleging that faulty surgical mesh implants caused pain, nerve damage, scarring and organ perforation. Lawsuits against Ethicon, the division of Johnson & Johnson that makes transvaginal surgical mesh products, claim the manufacturer failed to adequately warn of vaginal mesh risks.

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