Andrea Walter, Justine Watson and Kim Blieschke should never even have met.

They live in different states, are of different ages and have very different interests.

But these brave women are connected by one tragic commonality. They have all had their lives destroyed by a 10-minute medical procedure which was promised to be an easy fix.

Mesh implants were hailed as the perfect way to treat an array of pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence, hernias and prolapsed organs – less invasive than most surgeries, quick to insert and with seemingly no side effects.

But they have had devastating impacts for hundreds of women across Australia, leading to chronic,

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