Trial Opens in Pelvic Mesh Test Case

Trial began on Monday in Bakersfield, Calif., in the first test case over an Ethicon Inc. pelvic mesh sling, one of dozens of such devices named in thousands of lawsuits across the country.

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  • Trial Opens in Pelvic Mesh Test Case

    By Amanda Bronstad

    Trial began on Monday in Bakersfield, Calif., in the first test case over an Ethicon Inc. pelvic mesh sling, one of dozens of such devices named in thousands of lawsuits across the country.

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