If you haven’t heard about the recent faulty breast implants scandal in France, you need to check this out. Once you read this story, you will see yet another reason why I believe in getting bigger breasts without surgery.
True, something like this may not happen to everyone, but for the now believed to be 50,000 or more women that have received these faulty breast implants, they believe that this is too much.
A company called Poly Implant Prothesis was caught cutting corners so they could save some cash. How did they cut corners? They were putting industrial silicone in breast implants, instead of medical grade fillers. The casing of these faulty breast implants are faulty as well. This means, it is very easy for the silicone to leak into the body and cause problems.
This has been going on for over 10 years without being caught. These breasts implants weren’t done in some out of the way hospital either, these were legitimate cosmetic procedures done by professional plastic surgeons. Now women are rushing to have theirs removed before they experience other problems.
The toxic chemicals from the implants can leak into the system, and it has been shown to be linked to cancer in at least 8 cases. 2 women have already died from these implants.
Over 2,000 women have already filed legal complaints, but say they are the ones that are being made to feel as if they have brought this upon themselves. They say they are tired of being called “bimbos.”
More women are wondering about how to increase breast size the natural way.
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