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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un invited US President Donald Trump to visit Pyongyang in a letter sent in August, a South Korean newspaper reported on Monday, citing diplomatic sources. The letter, the second Trump received from Kim last month amid stalled denuclearisation talks between the two countries, pre-dated North Korea's latest launch of short-range projectiles a week ago. In the second letter, which was passed to Trump in the third week of August, Kim spoke of his willingness to meet Trump for another summit, one source reportedly told the Joongang Ilbo newspaper. The White House, the US State Department and the North Korean mission to the United Nations - http://data.gov.uk/data/search?q=United%20Nations all did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Trump and Kim have met three times since June last year to discuss ways to resolve a crisis over North Korea's missile and nuclear programmes, https://nationalnews.icu/ - https://nationalnews.icu/ but substantive progress has been scant. The pair last met at the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between the two Koreas in June and agreed to restart working-level negotiations that had been stalled since an unsuccessful second summit between the two leaders in Vietnam in February. Last week's round of short-range missiles came just hours after Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said North Korea was willing to have "comprehensive discussions" late this month. Trump subsequently said he would be willing to meet Kim at some point later this year. Trump said on August 9 he had received a three-page "very beautiful letter" from Kim and added he could have another meeting with him. Catch all the Live TV action on NDTV 24x7 and NDTV India. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram for latest news and live news updates.<br>
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Stating that vaginal mesh is harmful to patients, House Democrats called for congressional hearings on vaginal mesh products made by Johnson & Johnson. Rep. Henry Waxman, (D-Cali.), and three colleagues urged Republican leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee to hold a hearing and demand documents from manufacturers. This is critical as Congress considers re-vamping the approval process the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) uses to approve medical devices.. Last month, the FDA ordered Johnson & Johnson and 32 other transvaginal mesh manufacturers to perform safety studies, citing reports of internal injuries and complications with the device. "We need to understand the safety of devices on the market, the tactics device manufacturers and others use to market these devices, and the extent to which these tactics may increase risks," said Democrats in a letter to Republicans. When Mathew Johnson, spokesman for Johnson & Johnson was contacted for comment, he did not respond. The FDA’s medical device approval process, or 501(k) process, where medical devices can get approval without human testing is another concern..<br>
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In order to get their product approved for sale, all a medical device manufacturer has to do is show that the device is significantly similar to others already on the market.. This is exactly what happened with vaginal mesh. The original product was approved by a strict approval process, then, other mesh products came out and were approved because the FDA had approved the original even though the original was linked to complications and later removed from market. Many vaginal mesh products have several complications associated with them, including pain, painful urination, bleeding, infection, painful sexual intercourse, and mesh shrinkage. According to a report released in July 2011 by the FDA, one of the most commonly reported complications is mesh erosion where the mesh erodes into surrounding tissues.. Many women have to undergo several corrective surgeries, and these products are very difficult to remove because they are designed to grow around human tissue.. Since July 2011 when a formal warning was issued by the FDA, more than 650 lawsuits have been filed across the country by women who allege they have been harmed by the device.. LegalView is a leading online legal resource site, helping women have been harmed by vaginal mesh.<br>

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