Woman Affected by Faulty PIP Implants to Sue Company

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Woman Affected by Faulty PIP Implants to Sue Company

It has been recently revealed in a report that one woman who has contracted cancer due to the faulty PIP implants is now going to sue the firm. She is a mother of 2 ad is 40 years old. In the unfortunate incident, she has contracted cell lymphoma

It is a rare form of the disease and is currently spreading in her body very quickly throughout her body. She is of the view that the reason for this illness is the faulty implants that she got from the firm PIP.

It was only recently revealed in a huge scam how there were so many cases in which patients had contracted complications due t these faulty implants. There were a number of cases found in which women fell prey to cancer due to these faulty implants.

There was a major recall made in wake of which there were removals of these implants done so that women don’t suffer complications.

“It is almost like it’s been swept under the carpet. Women have had to find the money themselves to replace implants when the clinic or hospital that have sold them to us should be offering free replacements”, revealed Melanie Schilling, 34, another victim of these faulty implants.

It remains to be seen how many more women are going to become a part of the drive for filing lawsuits against the firm which has put so many people’s lives under risk. There is need for stricter actions to be taken in this regard and women need to have an access to free replacements of the implants in the time to come. It remains to be seen how things go from here and whether this can be achieved in the time to come.


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