We dedicate this Day to our Sisters, Mothers, Aunts, Neighbors, Friends and other Loved Ones who have not survived the complications of their breast implants ... please visit our Memorial Webpage.

Please join us in requesting that your Representative Co-Sponsor the FDA Scientific Fairness for Women Act by clicking here.

The FDA Scientific Fairness for Women Act (HR 2503) would take politics out of women’s health decision-making at FDA by:

Rescinding approval of silicone breast implants if the manufacturers cannot conclusively demonstrate their safety for the life of the implant;

 

Patty Faussett
Beautiful and courageous founder of Saline Support Group

Karen Curry
Suffers ill effects from Silicone Gel Implants

Terri Peake
Former Penthouse Pet, lost years of her life to saline implant related problems

Shari Halverson   
Young mother whose life has been turned upside down after complications from her implants

Read about Children of Implanted Women

Read about CANDO and the Platinum Issue

A new study was just published: Breast Implant Surveillance Reports to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Maternal-Child Health Problems

Online Support Groups & Chat Rooms

Implant Info Net Website & Chatroom

Breast Implant Support Forum

Silicone Holocaust Chatroom

Saline Support Group

SiliconeKids

Lany's Prayer & Information Group

 

 

We have dedicated April 1, 2007 as

Breast Implant Survivors Day

 

Message from Rosie, Founder of

Implant Info Net Website & Chatroom

 

Hi, my name is Rosie.

I'm joining with others to celebrate Breast Implant Survivor's Day on April 1st.

At the young age of 34 I had both silicone and saline-filled breast implants following an "unnessary" double radical mastectomy brining my very successful career to a halt.

I became 100 percent disabled  from both local and systemic complications due to the  implants and I have been diagnosed with Human Adjuvant Disease, Severe Connective Tissue Disease, Acoustic Neuroma Brain Tumor, Atypical Neurological Disease, Pseudotumor Cerebri, Pulmonary Hypertension with mild Heart Failure. 

I was explanted in 1994 and many of my symptoms subsided but since the doctors were unable to get all the silicone, the disease process continues to worsen.

There is little known about how to treat these diseases because the diseases present themselves in a manner that is unusual or unknown to current medical science .

Much research is needed in order to find a cure for those that are ill and for all the  children born  with the same strange illness as their mothers.  

Thank you for your time in reading this, and for  listening  with your heart.

  Let's all come together and find a cure!

Media Links

Please view excellent video by implant survivors:

On YouTube

On GoogleVideo

On Yahoo Video

Another Video

My Breast Implants Come Out

(please let us know if any links go down)

Implanted Women's Stories

Media Links

Please view excellent video by implant survivors:

On YouTube

On GoogleVideo

On Yahoo Video

Another Video

My Breast Implants Come Out

(please let us know if any links go down)

Implanted Women's Stories

Alexandra's Story

Alice's Story

Beth's Story

Dede's Story

Gail's Story

Karen's Story

Kate's Story

Kathy K's Story

Patty's Story

PJ Brent's Story

Rachel's Story

Rogene's Story

Rosanne's Story

Rosie's Story

Shari's Story

Terri's Story

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