Recent shocking news surrounding the death of a French woman who had taken breast implants is causing a shockwave to the beauty market. This news caused as many as 50 thousand British women in doubt about the safety of their implants. The leakage or crack of the implants could lead to cancer and the life of these 50,000 women are in danger.
They all should do the scan or test to find out if their implants are safe. If found to have leakage of break in the implants, they would have to check for cancer marker to see how far it has spreaded and to see if they will need to do any further follow up and treatment. One thing for certain, this implants are to be removed and if the cancer found to be life threatening, patients may need to have their breasts removed.
Below is the news taken from the dailymail.co.uk
She had the op at 47. Aged 53 she was dead
Working in the fashion industry in the millionaires’ playground of Cannes, Edwige Ligoneche felt the pressure always to look her best.
So it came as no surprise that she chose to have a breast augmentation in 2005 aged 47
However within 2 years she had started to feel ill and in May of this year she was diagnosed with lymphatic cancer.
When she died last month, her family became convinced that her death was linked to liquids leaking from her breast implants.
The 53 years old family have now launched a manslaughter case against the Poly Implants Protheses, claiming their products could be risking the lives of women around the world.
Katia Colombo, Miss Ligoneche’s older sister, claimed the link between the implants and her sister’s fatal illness was undeniable.
Describing the cyst which developed in tissues surrounding her sister’s breasts, Miss Colombo said: ‘The inflammation was confined to one place – the place where the implant broke. It was obvious.
‘A breast implant pierced by the armpit, and the lymphatic cancer was just there. ‘My sister was in good health – she did not drink, she did not smoke, she took care of herself.’
Explaining why her sister had implants in the first place, Miss Colombo said: ‘My sister had always worked in fashion . Appearances, looking good, was very important to her, especially in Cannes, where she lived.
‘It’s very bling bling there! Having bigger breasts became an obsession for her.
Miss Colombo called for those women who had received the controversial implants to be compensated and to be given free reversal operations.
More than 2400 women in France have now made criminal complaints against PIP, claiming that the implants include an industrial liquid used in mattresses.
Phillippe Courtois, a lawyer representing women, said: preliminary inquiry was opened in Merseilles in March 2010. It ended in the summer and some 2400 victims contacted the state prosecutor.
‘The inquiry accelerated with the death of Edwidge Ligoneche on November 21 .
‘Her sister has alledged homicide and involuntary wounding. Each case is now being dealt with on an individual basis ‘ ..
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It has been told about the danger of breast implants, but mostly do not take it as serious as it should be. But maybe they did consider the consequences seriously but the desire to get bigger and fuller breasts was so huge that they eventually did the implants.
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Source of news taken from http://www.dailymail.co.uk