The damaging effects of gadolinium retention in the body have recently been the subject of world-wide research and recent studies reveal the dangers of this common used contrast agent in MRI scans nationwide.
Members of the Essure Problems Facebook Group are prominently featured in the acclaimed documentary, The Bleeding Edge. Don't miss free pre-release screenings of this powerful documentary to be released world-wide on Netflix on July 27, 2018
Bayer's Motions to Dismiss Plaintiffs' complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction was denied by not one, but two separate judges in Illinois recently, allowing the claims of nearly 200 Essure plaintiffs to move forward.
The powerful and impactful documentary by Kirby Dick, Amy Ziering and Amy Herdy exposes the lax approval process of medical devices in an industry where profits are prioritized over patients. Essure Problems advocates traveled to New York for the film premiere which exposes the medical device industry and the complicit FDA.
Yesterday the FDA announced it would restrict the sale and distribution of Essure to protect women and ensure that patients receive risk information. However, the welcome regulatory action goes much further.
Following a meeting with the Essure Problems Administrators, attorney Holly Ennis and data specialist, Madris Tomes, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb writes a response which has many Essure victims seeing red.
It has been nearly a month since Essure Problems Administrators, Madris Tomes and attorney Holly Ennis met with FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb to discuss remedial actions concerning Essure. There has been no acknowledgment or word from the FDA following this meeting and the Essure Problems Group wants answers. and action.
Advocates from the Essure Problems Group, including administrators, attorneys and a data specialist, met with FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb yesterday to discuss the ongoing problems with the controversial sterilization device Essure and to persuade the FDA to suspend Essure's PMA pending the outcome of the current clinical trials set for completion in 2023.
A new French study comparing the outcomes of women undergoing the Essure Sterilization procedure versus laparoscopic sterilization has once again ignited the heated debate regarding the safety of the highly controversial Essure device.