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Topic - Pamela Danek
Soon after her surgery, Susan Harrison had a string of infections that caused intense pain, leaving her weak and unable to pick up and play actively with her young grandchildren. The discomfort and fatigue often kept her from her job as a kindergarten classroom assistant.
"I do understand that there are people who have suffered from the mesh, but in my case it's been very positive and life-changing," she said. "I'd hate to see the whole product go away. ... It's amazing when it's done correctly what a positive impact it can have on a woman's life."
After that surgery, she was able to exercise again and her life returned to normal, she said.