• Risky pelvic mesh highlights worries about FDA

    by  • 11 October 2011 • General News

    Janet Holt, a rancher from Floresville, Texas, had a mesh implant placed during a bladder-lift surgery that resulted in seven surgeries to repair the damage. The FDA approved the mesh lining, commonly used for hernias, but has now issued a warning of its complications.A Texas woman implanted with a medical device that left her in pain and scarred in her most intimate areas illustrates growing concerns about a government process that allows products such as surgical mesh to be marketed with no testing on patients.


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