NHS Statement Regarding Polyurethane Implants Safety (they are safe)

Aug 10, 2011 by

“In 1991, polyurethane coated silicone implants were withdrawn from use in the UK following fears that they could increase the risk of cancer. However, research has shown that the risk is very low (less than one in a million) and in 2005 polyurethane-coated implants were re-introduced.”

That is taken directly from the NHS website: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Breast-implants/Pages/Considerations.aspx

The Furry Brazilian has written this over and over, Polyurethane breast implants are safe and used in leading countries around the world. This statement from the NHS regarding Polyurethane implants shows they were re-introduced in England in 2005, we would know if they were not safe!

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