Canada has become the latest country to halt the sale of textured breast implants linked to an increased risk of rare cancer,…
The United States decided not to ban a breast implant that has been linked to an increased risk of cancer and is being removed from the market in France, Canada and other countries.
Sybil Goldrich and Jamee Cook both suffered after getting breast implants, Sybil in 1983 and Jamee in 1998. Together, they are fighting regulators to get more information to people considering getting breast implants.
A growing wave of regulators are reconsidering the safety of textured breast implants that have been associated with a higher risk of cancer.
French health authorities have informed manufacturers of a sweeping and historic ban on two categories of breast implants.
On the eve of a hearing about breast implant safety, the U.S. regulator revealed it has long known about vastly more complications than previously disclosed.
There is growing international concern over breast implant safety, particularly due to a rare cancer that occurs most often in implants with rough surfaces.
The FDA has announced a fresh probe into adverse patient reactions to materials used in breast implants, metal-on-metal hips and birth control coil Essure.
Since we published our first stories, regulators have vowed to fix gaps in medical device oversight. But some promises have not been backed up by action.