I’m representing women injured by vaginal mesh. This is what they have told me

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Kate O'Brien

Kate O’Brien is a solicitor in the Medical Negligence team at Bolt Burdon Kemp.  Vaginal mesh has been used for a number of years, typically to help women who experience mild bouts of incontinence or prolapse following childbirth, hysterectomy or menopause.  Made from the same material used to make drinks bottles, the plastic mesh is usually inserted into the vagina to support the neck of the bladder or urethra.  Kate writes in the i Newspaper.


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