After long controversial disputes and major concerns rose over PIP breast implants, it has been finally concluded that these breast implants pose no risk to human health.
Findings in investigatory report regarding the PIP breast implant scandal suggest that the material used in these implants has no effect on human health.
It further notifies that although the gel material was made from non-medical silicone filler, yet it not toxic and has not the potential to cause cancer.
The inquest spearheaded by Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, the NHS Medical Director, affirmed that several tests of the implants have been carried out in several countries and most of them have confirmed that there is no link between the implants and cancer. The substance filled in it is not carcinogenic.
However, at the same time, Prof Keogh emphasized that they have no evidences to support the increasing rupturing rates of the implants. The results obtained in this matter don't produce any clear-cut or firm conclusion.
Statistical reports suggest that as many as 47,000 women alone in UK have had these breast implants, out of which 95% were accomplished by private practitioners, only a minority of the implants was done at the NHS. Prof Keogh concluded: "There was insufficient evidence to recommend the routine removal of PIP implants".
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