It seems to be a peaceful ending to one of the biggest controversies of this year. Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, who is NHS medical director, has announced that PIP breast implants will no more pose threat to women's health.
Keogh said that there are chances that lymph nodes will get swelled and irritation might also occur, but that will only happen at the time when PIP implant will leak. Moreover, there will be no long lasting side effect of the implants. If above symptoms happen then one should contact their respective GPs.
The news must have acted as sigh of relief for number of women, who had undergone implants surgery. If sources are to be believed then 47,000 British women have undergone the procedure. Keogh said that there is no doubt that women not only in Britain, but across countries in the world were quite tensed in regard to this issue.
In order to put the matter at rest, all the countries being affected by the industrial silicone made PIP implants, conducted a research. After assessing all the factors, it has been revealed, "Those tests have shown that the implants are not toxic and therefore we do not believe they are a threat to the long-term health of women".
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