Mesh Lawsuit Claims Boston Scientific Smuggled Counterfeit Product Out Of China
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The proposed class-action complaint accuses the manufacturer of smuggling counterfeit plastic out of China for use in its transvaginal mesh products. But Boston Scientific says the case is without merit.
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