Johnson & Johnson is facing a $20 million verdict for injuries a New Jersey woman suffered due to a vaginal mesh device, the Pensacola News Journal reports. Margaret Engleman, 55, of Cinnaminson, New Jersey, was implanted with a vaginal mesh made by Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, in 2007 to relieve stress urinary incontinence, a condition in which small amounts of urine are leaked during exercise, sneezing, laughing or coughing. The vaginal mesh device is made of knitted polypropylene fabric, and is used to reinforce the walls of the bladder. It is designed to be a permanent implant, unable to ... Read More
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