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The Claimants’ Advisory Committee (CAC) is the official committee appointed by the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Michigian to represent the interests of women in the Dow Corning Bankruptcy Settlement Plan. They have a website with information concerning the Settlement Facility for the Dow Corning Trust (SF-DCT).
Phone Number: 419-394-0717
Email address: email@example.com,
Mailing address: Claimants’ Advisory Committee, P.O. Box 665, St. Marys, OH 45885.
You can also sign up on the website to receive a free copy of their monthly electronic newsletter by e-mail.
LATEST COURT ORDERS ON THE WEBSITE
July 31, 2014 – 6th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed that tissue expanders are included in the definition of “Breast Implants” June 20, 2014 – Stipulation and Order Recommending the Appointment of the Honorable Pamela R. Harwood as Lien Judge March 31, 2014 – 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Denying Dow Corning’s Motion to Stay Partial Premium Payments February 25, 2014 – Order Denying Motion to Stay Pending Appeal.
LINKS TO RELATED WEBSITES
Settlement Facility website: www.dcsettlement.com
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing address: Settlement Facility – DC Trust P.O. Box 52429 Houston, TX 77052-2429
Phone Number: (713) 874-6099
Toll free Phone Number: (866) 874-6099 (within the U.S.)
International Toll Free Number AT&T Direct Access Number: + 866 + 874 6099 (outside the U.S.)
MDL 926 Claims Office for the Revised Settlement Program:
Website: www.fjc.gov (MDL 926 Court)
Website: www.claimsoffice-926.com (MDL 926 Claims Office) The MDL 926 Claims Office website is still under development, so some “headings” do not have any information listed. Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
Email address: email@example.com
Mailing address: MDL 926 Claims Office P.O. Box 56666 Houston, TX 77256
Phone Number: 1-800-600-0311
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Website address: www.mied.uscourts.gov
For a Dow Corning Breast Implant Lawyer contact the Dow Corning Breast Implant Helpline
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Women nationwide are suffering from the Vaginal Mesh another dangerous rushed thru product. Years ago the silivone Breast Implants caised havoc with wome and still today the Dow Corning Settlement Trust and MDL-926 fund are dealing with payoffs to injured women
Another travesty the vaginal mesh is destroying women's lives nationwide and there were always apparent issues with this Mesh device.For more information see vaginameshhelpline.com or call 1 877 522-2123
October 22, 2010
Trial of Synthetic Mesh in Pelvic
Surgery Ends Early
By RONI CARYN RABIN
To repair the uncomfortable and potentially dangerous condition called pelvic organ
prolapse — a weakening of the muscles and ligaments that support organs like the bladder
and uterus — more gynecological and urological surgeons have been turning to a synthetic
mesh that shores up the vaginal wall.
But now researchers are reporting that women who received the mesh had so many
complications that scientists were forced to halt a clinical trial early.
The trial randomly assigned 65 women with prolapse to undergo surgical repair either with
vaginal mesh or with a more traditional procedure, colpopexy, that uses the patient’s own
ligaments to support the sagging muscles.
In an article in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, the researchers say safety reviewers
observed that more than 15 percent of the patients who received the mesh experienced
erosion, a potentially serious complication in which the skin splits and the mesh protrudes,
often resulting in pain and infections. The trial, which began in 2007, was stopped in August
In 2008, the Food and Drug Administration had issued a warning that the vaginal mesh had
been associated with complications, but it said the problems were “rare.”
The lead author of the new report, Dr. Cheryl B. Iglesia, director of female pelvic medicine
and reconstructive surgery at Washington Hospital Center in the District of Columbia, said
it made two important points.
“The bottom line is not only there were more complications,” she said, “but the mesh didn’t
prove any better than traditional surgery.”