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Feb 04, 2017 · Johnson & Johnson Unit Sued Over Leaking Breast Implants. A Johnson & Johnson unit is allegedly selling defective breast implants that are causing health problems for some women, including muscle pain and nausea, according to the first state-court lawsuit in California over the devices.Author: Jef Feeley, Edvard Pettersson. The Top key vendors inBreast Implants Market include are Allergan, Mentor Worldwide (Johnson & Johnson), GC Aesthetics, Establishment Labs, Sientra, POLYTECH Health & Aesthetics, Laboratoires Arion, Groupe Sebbin, Hans Biomed, Guangzhou Wanhe Plastic Materials.

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) subsidiary Mentor Worldwide’s silicone breast implants are accused of causing muscle pain, nausea and other symptoms in a product liability lawsuit reportedly filed Author: Brad Perriello. Mentor Worldwide LLC, part of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, is a leading supplier of breast implants in the global aesthetic market. The company develops, manufactures, and markets innovative, science-based products for surgical and non-surgical medical procedures that allow breast surgery patients to improve their quality of life.

Apr 03, 2019 · The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued warning letters to two major manufacturers of breast implants for failure to meet the agency’s post-approval study requirements. In its letters, the FDA alleges that J&J and Sientra failed to comply with the agency’s requirements for further scientific study after the implants were originally approved to sell [ ]Author: John Simmons. Aug 26, 2012 · Mentor, a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson, recently added to their portfolio of breast implants by introducing the Ultra High Profile, which offers women the choice of going larger. Although women and surgeons select implants by a variety of pathways, generally, the implant must add enough volume to achieve the desired breast size.Author: Dr. Steve Laverson.