Columbia University doctors have found new evidence to support the theory that fibroid removals aided by a power morcellator may lead to the spread of certain uterine cancers, especially in younger women, the Washington Post reports.
According to research published on July 22nd, approximately 1 i...Read More
U.S. health regulators have scheduled an advisory committee meeting in September to discuss serious cardiovascular side effects that may be associated with certain testosterone treatments for men, according to FoxNews.com.
The meeting was organized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) a...Read More
A class of “Low T” testosterone drugs now involved in several U.S. lawsuits has caught the watchful eye of Health Canada, which recently warned about their alleged potential to cause serious heart and blood vessel problems.
According to a CBC News report on July 15th, the regulator included A...Read More
Women who have already signed on with transvaginal mesh attorneys are now being bombarded with calls from telemarketers asking them to drop their case, and pay them instead, according to a Fox News report in North Carolina.
After calling attorneys to help them file a claim, an article on June 14t...Read More
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel of experts could not come to a unanimous decision Friday on whether to ban laparoscopic fibroid removals using a power morcellator, the Boston Globe reports.
A meeting with the FDA’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Panel took place on July 10th and ...Read More
Sarah Salem-Robinson knew the alleged risks of using a power morcellator in fibroid removal surgeries.
But that didn’t stop the gynecologist’s assistant in California from undergoing a procedure that employed the device anyway, at the insistence of doctors that she had no uterine cancer, the ...Read More
Women who opt to use Mirena or a similar IUD as their preferred method of birth control may be unknowingly increasing their risk for breast cancer, a new study suggests.
The research was recently published in the journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, and involves the levonorgestrel-releasing in...Read More
More than 11,300 people have petitioned the government to stop use of a device blamed for the ‘upstaging’ of certain uterine cancers in a growing number of power morcellator lawsuits, according to an update on Change.org.
As of July 7th, a petition launched by the husband of a woman whose ute...Read More
Certain companies are no longer required to provide coverage for birth control devices including the Mirena IUD, if doing so conflicts with their religious beliefs, The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June.
According to a USAToday.com report on June 30, the Supreme Court’s decision will not affect ...Read More
A researcher from the Magee-Womens Research Institute has been given the go-ahead to build a new power morcellator designed to prevent the spread of uterine cancer, the Pittsburgh Business Times reports.
According to an article on June 30th, Dr. Pamela Moalli received a University of Pittsburgh...Read More