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Awareness SAVES LIVES!!

Knowledge is POWER! If you have breast implants or are thinking about getting them, PLEASE review these articles below. These are only the tip of the "melting" iceberg; there are so many other stories out there and more information is being SHARED every day. I will continue to UPDATE this page as we continue to uncover the truth and further PROVE that no breast implants are safe!

"US health officials are urging doctors to stay on the lookout for a rare form of cancer that's been linked to breast implants.

In a letter to healthcare providers published on Wednesday, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it wants to increase awareness of Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, or BIA-ALCL. The FDA first reported on a link between implants and ALCL back in 2011, and since then, more research has been published on this link, the letter said."

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"This is Part 1 of the unique PSC exclusive Doctor-Patient Deep Dive programming series with collaborative discussions between patients and surgeons. Dr. Mindy Haws moderates a lively and informative discussion. Breast Implant Illness (BII) and Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) have gotten a lot of press lately. Women across the country with breast implants are suffering from a myriad of symptoms with no readily apparent cause. While more is known about the latter and, more importantly, there is a way to test for it, breast implant illness is more or less a diagnosis of exemption."

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"Many women have breast implants with no serious complications, but there have been cases where women suffer pain and fatigue, among other health problems.

Now, the US Food and Drug Administration plans to hold a meeting to take a closer look at such cases and put breast implant safety under a microscope."

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"A Sacramento-area woman is going before the FDA Monday (3/25/19 ) in hopes of getting a certain type of breast implant banned in the U.S."

"Last month, the FDA sent a letter to health care providers stating they want to increase awareness about an association between all breast implants and breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma."

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"A mother-of-two has spoken out about how she decided to get her breast implants removed after discovering they were 'poisoning' her body."

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"As time goes by, more and more women are realizing that they are suffering from the toxic effects of Breast Implants, both Silicone and Saline; especially the “New and Improved Cohesive Gel Silicone Implants”."

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"Kanahooka woman Giselle Simmons won't recover from Breast Implant Illness, yet she's sharing her story so that others might. The 53-year-old lives with a variety of immune and autoimmune diseases which she said developed after she had her breast implants inserted 20 years ago."

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"Prior to breast enhancement surgery, a group of doctors indicate that women should be warned about the cancer risks associated with breast implants, including a rare type of lymphoma that may develop in the tissue surrounding the devices, to make sure they give informed consent before the procedure."

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"The cancer is called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) and the FDA is checking into more than 350 reports linking it with both silicone and saline breast implants."

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"FDA officials said they have identified 457 likely cases of the cancer since 2010, including nine patient deaths. In each of these cases the disease was diagnosed by a physician or through laboratory testing. The FDA also said it received nearly 250 new reports of the disease in the last year, though many were duplicate reports or missing key information. The updated numbers still reflect a rare disease, considering 400,000 U.S. women receive implants annually."

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"Reports from thousands of women that breast implants are causing problems like debilitating joint pain and fatigue, claims long dismissed by the medical profession, are receiving new attention from the Food and Drug Administration and researchers.

This may be a long-awaited moment of validation for tens of thousands of women who have been brushed off as neurotic, looking to cash in on lawsuits or just victims of chance who coincidentally became ill while having implants.

The F.D.A. has begun to re-examine questions about implant safety that have long been disputed by doctors and implant manufacturers, and that most consumers thought had been resolved a decade or so ago."

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