Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency has received the encouraging results of tests on silicone implants for breast British gels produced by the French company Poly Implant prosthesis .1. Because these products have been widely used in the UK, the MHRA wanted to identify as early as possible any potential toxicity associated with the system load. He therefore commissioned independent tests in the United Kingdom.
‘If women have problems, should talk to their medical facility.
‘Further advice and information can be obtained from the Association of Breast Surgery and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons .’
MHRA director of clinical features, Dr. Susanne Ludgate said: ‘It ‘reassuring that our test results showed no evidence of risks associated with the filler.
2. The previous press release on this subject can be viewed on the MHRA website: Advice issued to surgeons breast implants
The CPSC said it is aware of problems with the glasses with the office of Representative Jackie Speier, D-Calif. He said on his website that his office had been alerted by an anonymous source, and cadmium is a toxic substance that is extremely dangerous for the health development of children.
The tests are not as extensive as those in France, but have provided the first information on the fact that there is a security problem with the filling material.