Hundreds of Australian women launch class action Johnson & Johnson companies alleging meshes caused chronic and debilitating pain

The pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson tried to stop French health authorities publishing a report warning against the use of its untested pelvic mesh devices, two years after they began giving them to Australian women, a court has heard.

Hundreds of Australian women have launched a class action against three Johnson & Johnson companies alleging the meshes – used to treat two common childbirth complications – have caused them chronic and debilitating pain, ruined their sex lives, and, in some cases, destroyed their livelihoods.

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