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Study Highlights Autoimmune, CTD Issues In Women Who Had Breast Implants

Executive Summary

Early results of a new study of 300 women who previously had breast implants, and a review of longer-term follow-up of patients who had their implants removed, found more patients have suffered autoimmune issues and connective tissue disease than have come out in FDA-mandated studies, according to the National Center for Health Research. NCHR was critical of FDA's and industry's approach to post-market surveillance of breast implants.


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