Your Guide to Breast Implants and Breast Health
This website is your best guide to find out about breast implants. Unlike most breast implant web sites, we are not selling you anything, and the information on our web site is not paid for by plastic surgeons or breast implant makers who want you as customers. Created by the scientists at the nonprofit National Center for Health Research, this website provides the most accurate information available, so that you can make the choices that are best for you.
Whether you are considering breast augmentation or thinking about breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, we will guide you through the decision making process, explain what you can expect after the surgery, and help with any questions that arise. If you already have breast implants and are experiencing any problems, we can help with that too.
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IN THE NEWS: 2016
Apply for our upcoming Patient Advocacy Workshop in Washington, DC. Learn more here.
Drug companies & research institutions will have to publicly report more clinical trial data, even for failures.
Breast implants can cause health problems. Hugh Hefner’s wife Crystal shares her bad experience here.
Women’s Health Coverage Since the ACA: Improvements for Most, But Insurer Exclusions Put Many at Risk
What do you call a breakthrough medical product that doesn’t work?
Medical research needs funding, but this new bill also means lowered safety standards for medical devices.
Why are women with breast implants more likely to kill themselves?
When will presidential candidates ask, “What do women want in health care?”
Lack of FDA funding has implications for the safety of all devices, including the safety of breast implants.
Senate encourages faster FDA approvals of medical devices. Why should patients worry?