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As of December 31, 2019, Essure can no longer be implanted in women. Although women who have been adversely harmed by the device are thrilled by the demise of Essure, they say their battle against Bayer is far from over-not until Justice is served.

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Gavel Resting on a Book

With over 27,000 Essure cases pending before her in Alameda County, Judge Winifred Smith plans to send the majority of the Essure cases back to the counties where the lawsuits were originally filed as she does not have the resources to try them.

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Woman Lying in Hospital Bed

Over 1,000,000 hernia repairs are performed in the United States every year, contributing the growing number of hernia mesh related injuries and lawsuits. Find out why and what you or a loved one can do if injured by hernia mesh.

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Essure Sisters meet with Co-Sponsors of H.R. 2164

Patient Advocates harmed by a variety of medical devices will travel next week to Washington DC to push Congress to pass the Medical Device Safety Act into law to protect consumers injured by faulty medical devices.

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Ariel Grace Grave Stone

Two years after the Burrells' wrongful death case for the loss of their daughter, Ariel Grace, was improperly removed to federal court and dismissed, the Fourth Circuit Appellate Court has reversed and remanded the case back to state court. The case will now proceed in state court against Bayer and the physician who implanted the Essure device.

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