If Jean-Claude Mas, of Poly Implant Prothèse, had said sorry to the women whose lives he has turned upside down, his apology would have been worth as much as the toxic lumps of fake flesh he swapped for his soul.
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A few weeks ago we ran into a relative who had been going through a difficult patch in her life. What I saw made my heart sink.
In a study conducted by FDA scientists, most women had at least one broken implant
within 11 years, and the likelihood of rupture increases every year.
In truth, this surgery comes at the tail end of eight years of struggling to get my breasts to look "right" after a double mastectomy and two failed reconstructions.
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