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Government suspends the use of vaginal mesh surgery

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The government has suspended the use of vaginal mesh surgery to treat urinary incontinence, following a report highlighting the health risks.

Alice Sanderson, July 12, 2018

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Medical Negligence Industry News

Reconstruction surgery denied to hundreds of breast cancer patients

3 minutes, 14 seconds

New figures show that many health trusts are only giving women the option for reconstruction if they have it right away.

First4Lawyers, June 21, 2018

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Medical Negligence Industry News

Should you be worried about the breast cancer screening scandal?

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In one of the largest NHS scandals in recent years, it was revealed that an estimated 450,000 women were not invited for a routine final breast screening.

First4Lawyers, May 15, 2018

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Government orders a review of controversial medical treatments

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A review of three major public health scandals has been ordered by the Prime Minister following an outcry over failings to address public concerns.

First4Lawyer, February 22, 2018

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Medical Negligence

Vaginal mesh: From bad to worse?

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Since we first discussed the dangers of mesh implants, the controversy surrounding them has grown.

First4Lawyers, December 19, 2017

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Medical Negligence Industry News

The dangers of mesh implants

Reading time: 4 mins 27 secs

Over 800 women in the UK are currently taking legal action against the makers of vaginal mesh implants and the NHS.

Alice Sanderson, June 28, 2017

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