Vice-president denies playing down adverse effects during proceedings brought by hundreds of Australian women

A senior Johnson & Johnson (J&J) executive has denied placing corporate interests ahead of traumatised transvaginal mesh patients when he advised against referring a serious complaint to health regulators.

More than 700 Australian women launched a federal court class action against the medical giant three months ago, alleging their lives were all but destroyed by flaws with J&J-produced medical implants.

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