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Victims of PIP breast implant scandal did not find any solace in the announcement of the British Government, which declared that the implants did not pose any further threat to women.
The government said that they have conducted an international investigation and have reached at a conclusion that there can be mild swelling and irritation in lymph nodes, but there will be no further risks.
However, victims were of the view that the recent announcement was like providing cold comfort to them. Nurse Jenny Brown narrated her experience that leakage in PIP implants caused swelling in her lymph nodes and she had no other option, but to get them removed.
“This latest report is cold comfort to the thousands of women out there who still have these implants inside their bodies”, said Jenny from Edinburgh, who had PIP implants.
Not only Brown, but many others are unsatisfied with the government’s final verdict on PIP implants. While talking about the review being taken out by the government, it was led by NHS Chief Professor Sir Bruce Keogh.
He was of the view that the implants pose no more threat to the health of women and for mild side effects, one can contact doctors.