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  • Taxotere Lawyers for Permanent Hair Loss: Taxotere Baldness Lawyers For  Permanent Hair Loss Lawsuits Have you received Taxotere for breast cancer? Taxotere can result in hair loss or baldness  that is permanent. Taxotere  is a chemotherapy drug used for the treatment of breas...

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  • Get A Hernia Mesh Lawyer | Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Filed: The hernia mesh lawyers of Class Action Lawyer Network are filing hernia mesh lawsuits for victims of a failed hernia mesh. We have Ethicon, Bard and Cook hernia mesh lawyers. Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Filed  For: Ethicon: Physiomesh Pro...

Physiomesh Hernia Mesh Lawyers

Physio mesh hernia mesh lawyers are accepting  lawsuits for the Physiomesh: Ethicon Hernia Mesh Ethicon voluntarily withdrew their Physiomesh from the market in May of 2016. There were issues with the mesh failure rate.  Ethicon, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson. What Is The Physiomesh? The Physiomesh is a hernia mesh made of polypropylene. Ethicon utilized polypropylene to manufacture the base layer of the Physiomesh.  This is the same Polypropylene  used in all of those failed vaginal mesh you have heard about. . Ethicon added an absorable film coating to each side of the polypropylene to create the Physiomesh. The coating on each side of the Physiomesh is composed of slightly different compounds. The Physiomesh is failing non the less. The Physiomesh is usually used for a  ventral hernia which  is a bulge through an opening within the abdominal wall muscles. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) adverse events  of: Infection. Hernia recurrence. Scar-like tissue that sticks tissues together called adhesions Intestinal blockage. Bleeding. Perforation of nearby organs by the hernia mesh If you have had  complication from the Physiomesh contact the Physiomesh class action lawyers at Class Action lawyer Network