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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.
"It is a tragic moment in our field where there's public sentiment and perception being developed by lawyers and not by physicians," he said. "The innovation _ and the skill sets to use the innovation _ is outpacing the skill sets that the surgeons have, and no one is trying to close that gap."
The main problems with the mesh products are caused by surgeons who don't have enough training, he said.