ICIJ received more than 3,500 responses from people affected by the medical device industry in 50 countries, bringing to life the personal cost of implants that fail.
Medical device recall and safety data from five new countries have been added to database, boosting the total number of records to more than 105,000.
Our year-long investigation uncovered the harm caused by poorly-tested medical devices. Here's what we found.
ICIJ partnered with more than 250 journalists in 36 countries to examine how devices are tested, approved, marketed and monitored.
A global investigation reveals the rising human toll of lax controls and testing standards pushed by a booming industry.
The International Medical Devices Database empowers patients, doctors and regulators with unprecedented knowledge.
This resource aims to arm readers with information that makes informed decisions about medical devices easier.
We listened to hundreds of stories from patients with poorly-functioning medical devices. Here are five of them.
Patients around the world have become unwitting test subjects for new medical technology. Often following the trusted advice of their doctors, they have been injured, maimed and killed by poorly-tested implants.
The Implant Files is a global investigation that tracks the harm caused by medical devices that have been tested inadequately or not at all.