Justice Anna Katzmann says evidence 'overwhelmingly' against pelvic mesh device companies

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated November 21 2019 - 1:19am, first published November 20 2019 - 11:55pm
History: Pelvic mesh victims and their lawyer Rebecca Jancauskas (far left) outside the Federal Court in Sydney this morning before a landmark decision in the Johnson & Johnson pelvic mesh case.

MORE than 1200 Australian women have won their landmark class action legal case against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson and related Ethicon companies after they experienced severe and permanent injuries following pelvic mesh surgery.

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