How Profiteers Lure Women Into Unneeded Surgery
Jerri Plummer was at home in Arkansas, watching television with her three children, when a stranger called to warn that her life was in danger.
The caller identified herself only as Yolanda.
She told Ms. Plummer that the vaginal mesh implant supporting her pelvic wall would fail, but as luck would have it, Yolanda offered a life-saving solution.
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— Jeff Simmons (@JackHites) April 19, 2018
Growing trend coaxes women into often unneeded surgery in suits versus medical device makers
An Arkansas woman who contends she scared into surgery to remove vaginal mesh to bolster her position in litigation has filed a lawsuit against her former law firm and the litigation funding company that financed the operation.
Allegations in the suit by …
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