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WE ARE NOT ALONE!   I have made contact with many people and mesh orgainisations around the world, all of whom are suffering from complications associated with surgical mesh implants.
 
Without exception these people welcome all Kiwis to their sites for help, information and support.
Links to Medical Mesh Research.
Welcome to Links to Medical Mesh Research.
May you find peer reviewed research and scientific articles to validate the concerns of thousands of patients that the search for a more biocompatible tissue scaffolding material must continue.
Mesh Medical Device News Desk. 
Putting a face to 'adverse events'
I've found this to be a really helpful resource.  National News Editor, Jane Akre began MDND with the hope of providing the latest news, information and perspective from the regulatory, industry and patient point of view, something that goes underreported in much of the coverage of permanently implanted surgical mesh.
Rx Dangers.
A website to Highlight dangerous drugs and medical devices.
TVT Mum .  UK based site with lots of stories and links to offer 
help and support to both men and woman who have had a medical device synthetic polypropylene mesh for hernias, prolapse, stress incontinence and bladder and bowel disorders. You're not alone!
Truth In Medicine.
Truth in Medicine are fighting to keep mesh injuries from happening to other women (and to men for hernia repair). May 2012 marked the beginning of Year Four for Truth in Medicine's mission to get Synthetic Surgical Mesh off the market.  Lana is an inspiration.  Please read of her fantastic work.
Bladder Sling Surgery Complications
What they don't want you to know. My advice to every woman out there, don't do it! I'm sharing my story to save other women the pain and horror of having a surgery that makes your life worse, not better. This is Linda's amazing blog site with a wealth of information and people's storys.
Canadian Support site.  
We are a group of Canadian Women with a focus on creating awarness on the dangers of transvaginal mesh for surgical proceedures such as Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) and Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP). Please take the time to read the articles and view the links provided.

Note: there is a great visual on this site that helps explain the geneology of Mesh implants, and how they got through FDA 'clearance'.
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