News of another death associated with the controversial birth control method Essure has some women fighting mad. “I just wish that everybody would listen. This is so important – women’s lives, families depend on this,” Darlene Taylor told 7 Investigators. Taylor and Mesha Hodge, both of Michigan, are among dozens of women who have teamed up to try to ban the device to prevent other women from being injured by Essure as they have. Their efforts resulted in a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) safety review. But instead of pulling the contraceptive off the market, the agency opted to place ... Read More
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