A 'long, tough legal battle' by 1250 Australian women against pharmaceutical giant ends on November 21

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated November 1 2019 - 6:56pm, first published 11:00am
Legacy: A Nelson Bay woman implanted with a pelvic mesh device in her early 20s to treat incontinence is living with the serious and permanent consequences of that surgery. A landmark class action against Johnson & Johnson and related companies will have a final determination on November 21. Picture: Marina Neil.
Legacy: A Nelson Bay woman implanted with a pelvic mesh device in her early 20s to treat incontinence is living with the serious and permanent consequences of that surgery. A landmark class action against Johnson & Johnson and related companies will have a final determination on November 21. Picture: Marina Neil.

A LANDMARK seven-year pelvic mesh device class action case by more than 1200 women against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson will reach a conclusion on November 21.

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