Your Guide to Breast Implants and Breast Health
This website is your best source for information about breast implants. Unlike most breast implant websites, we are not selling you anything. That means the information on our website 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 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 surgery, and help with any questions you might have. If you already have breast implants and are experiencing problems, we can help with that too.
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For information on insurance coverage or financial assistance for breast implant removal, click here.
Did you know it might be possible to get health insurance coverage for breast implant removal? We’re glad to report that Aetna (NC, PA), Aultcare (OH), Anthem (CA, MO, VA), Blue Cross Blue Shield (AR, CA, FL, NC, NJ, NM, MT, TN, WA), Cigna (CO, TX, UT), Empire (NY), Group Health (WA), Horizon BCBS (NJ), Humana (FL, WI), Kaiser Permanente (CA), MODA (WA), and United Healthcare (CA, NC, TX) are some of the health insurance companies that have agreed to cover the medically necessary removal of breast implants for women with leaking silicone gel implants, painful breasts, and some other serious complications.
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FDA Agrees With WHO, Links Breast Implants To Rare Cancer. How Worried Should Women Be? [Forbes, March 22, 2017]
Right to Try Laws allow Big Pharma to Exploit False Hope [Chicago Tribune and 18 other newspapers, March 16-20, 2017]
What If Ryan Gets His Wish and Trumpcare Becomes Law [MedPage Today, March 14, 2017]
Trump’s FDA Nominee Spurs Concerns About Drug Approvals, Off-Label Promotion [Bloomberg BNA: March 14, 2017]