Johnson & Johnson’s mesh failure rate exceeded 20 percent

A company official has testified to a jury that a prototype of Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) transvaginal mesh failed in 20% of women in the first six months before they began selling it. According to project leader Scott Ciarrocca, 27% of the mesh devices failed within a year when J&J began selling them in 2005.

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