Johnson And Johnson Mesh Recall

On June 4, 2012 a Johnson and Johnson mesh recall of specific transvaginal mesh products was announced via a letter to the judge overseeing the nationwide surgery mesh litigation. Johnson and Johnson requested approval from the FDA for 120 days to stop the sale and marketing of several of its mesh products which are listed below. Johnson and Johnson has requested that it be able to continue selling their Gynecare Gynemesh with a labeling change.

• GYNECARE PROLIFT™ Pelvic Floor Repair System
• GYNECARE PROLIFT+M™ Pelvic Floor Repair System
• GYNECARE PROSIMA™ Pelvic Floor Repair System
• GYNECARE TVT SECUR™ System

We represent all women who have suffered from surgical mesh complications on a contingency basis which means that there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. If you underwent surgery for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence with any of the above Ethicon mesh products and have experienced problems including having additional surgeries for surgery mesh removal, please contact us for a free, confidential no-obligation consultation please call toll free or fill out our short online contact form and an Ethicon mesh lawsuit settlement attorney will contact you to answer any of your questions and the latest Johnson and Johnson mesh recall news.

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We believe that the manufacturers of transvaginal mesh products should be held accountable for any harm they are legally responsible for and people should be fairly compensated for damages caused by surgery mesh complications… find out more

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