Boston Scientific’s Sec. 522 Studies On Pelvic Mesh Show It’s Too Risky, FDA Says
The US FDA says final data from two Boston Scientific postmarket studies have reinforced the agency’s position that the company’s transvaginal mesh to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) has a poor benefit-risk profile. The firm’s mesh has been off the US market since 2019.
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