Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., last month met with a group of women who claim to have been injured by the permanent birth control device Essure, and issued a statement updating the public on steps the agency has taken and plans to take in the future to better ensure patient safety. Essure is a device that consists of two small, metal coils that are implanted in the fallopian tubes. The device is designed to prevent sperm from reaching the egg. It is a permanent form of birth control that has been used on more than 750,000 ... Read More
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