Episode 5

January 18, 2022

00:56:54

Johnson and Johnson's Transvaginal Mesh Thingy

Johnson and Johnson's Transvaginal Mesh Thingy
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Johnson and Johnson's Transvaginal Mesh Thingy
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Show Notes

My friend Bibi joins to talk about Johnson & Johnson’s transvaginal mesh implant that has been the center of class action lawsuits around the globe. Comedy podcast!! In this episode, we’ll dive into gruesome detail about how your organs sag with age, how some products have tried and failed to alleviate that problem, and how your work emails should never be the subject of court litigation. Follow @BustedBizBureau on all social media! It really helps me out, thanks!

Footnotes:

  1. The history and evolution of pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse, Shah et al. 2005
  2. FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA, Gill v Ethicon Sàrl (No 5) [2019] FCA 1905
  3. SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA The People of the state of California vs JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ETHICON, INC.and DOES 1 Case No. 37-2016-00017229-CU-MC-CTL, January 2020
  4. Ethicon complaint reviewer says in J&J trial that patients felt vaginal mesh instructions fell short of explaining risks, Northern California Record 2019
  5. Revealed: Johnson & Johnson's 'irresponsible' actions over vaginal mesh implant, The Guardian 
  6. Huskey v Ethicon Day 4- Huskey Takes the Stand, Jane Akre, 2014
  7. 'Scandal' of vaginal mesh removal rates revealed by NHS records, The Guardian
  8. Patient Recruiter and Physician Plead Guilty in Bribery and Kickback Scheme in Connection with Transvaginal Mesh Litigation, DOJ 2021
  9. Orlando doctor facing federal charges banned from performing liposuction after patient death, Orlando Sentinel, 2021

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