Wednesday, 22 August 2012


"Analyses of the silicone contained in PIP breast implants indicates that the material does not pose a long-term risk to human health," explained Susanne Ludgate, clinical director of MHRA. "None of the chemicals listed will cause harm at the levels found within PIP breast implants and many are used routinely in various consumer products." 21 August 2012

It is true that a few shampoos do contain octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4) and decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) but they are environmental toxins mostly found in industrial waste and slurry!

The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety SCCS published an opinion 22 June 2010 on
octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (Cyclotetrasiloxane D4) and decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5)

"The SCCS is of the opinion that cyclomethicone (D4, D5) does not pose a risk for human health when used in cosmetic products. Other uses were not considered in this risk assessment." and "noted that D4 is classified as a reprotoxic substance, category 3 [ECB 2006]."

Who knew?

The French Regulator Afssaps knew and informed international regulators. It's why French women are having TOXIC PIP implants removed. The TGA the Australian Medical Devices regulator also knew.

Who else?

The European Parliament : Adopted texts published 4 days before Keogh's Expert Group Final Report...

"Calls on the Commission to require adequate toxicological assessments of all medical devices, and to propose that the use of substances that are carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic for reproduction (category 1A or 1B) be phased out, unless no substitutes are available;"

The British Government will continue to poison us ...



Wednesday, 15 August 2012



  1. Decisions based on concerns for health and well-being of those affected
  2. Recognition of International HEALTH Crisis
  3. Recognition of the significant physical, mental & emotional impact on victims
  4. Urgent Removal and approved replacement (free of charge) of ALL fraudulent PIP, Rofil, Tibreeze and M-implants
  5. URGENT: HALT exploitation of victims by any provider, manufacturer, third party or stakeholder with disclosed or so far undisclosed vested interests in the publication of the Keogh Final Report or PIP fraud.
  6. URGENT : GMC investigations into PIP related complaints  
  7. URGENT: Police Criminal Investigation 
  8. URGENT: Senior Medical Consultation and surgical date for removal (within two weeks) 
  9. URGENT: Advice/ help lines, website and publications to inform all concerned
  10. URGENT help for women who are unable to access their original providers
  11. International Regulators (TÜV, TGA and MHRA) held responsible for failures.
  12. Service providers prosecuted for criminally negligent failures where applicable.
  13. URGENT Regulatory measures in line with European Commission recommendations
  14. Immediate implementation of French and German model protocols for prophylactic removal, replacement, on going and future surveillance, monitoring and reporting.
  15. Immediate implementation advertising regulations
  16. URGENT care, treatment, regular on-going long-term monitoring and after-care of all affected women and children. Including MRI every 1-3 years
  17. No mammograms for women with breast implants.  
  18. Minimum age 22
  19. Immediate Reporting patients, doctors, clinics, GPs, healthcare professionals
  20. Implant Register and passports with immediate effect
  21. URGENT: New treatment and care protocols
  22. Ongoing testing and reporting 

Monday, 13 August 2012

octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4)

We have been extremely busy pushing the DoH to acknowledge the failings of Expert Group Report which has been impacting on our care and treatment since 18 June 2012.

While we are waiting for NHS to return from their holidays to address our concerns, we made contact with the Director of Consumer Affairs and Public Health at the European Commission to urgently press for clarification on issues relating to one specific chemical found in PIP implants octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4) which is classified as TOXIC.

As a result of our concerns the MHRA have found themselves under close scrutiny and we see the MHRA actively modifying documents, advice and information on their website.  While we regard aspects of this positively, because additional data is now being made available to women affected by PIP implants, we are not convinced that MHRA is working in best interests of those affected.  We suspect they are actively working to conceal their failures.

Monday, 6 August 2012


We know toxic PIP implants are making us sick! 

So we put a HEALTH SURVEY on our web page. 


Within 12 hours we managed to collect data from 44 women affected by fraudulent PIP Implants and submit the results together with our evidence to the Department of Health.

Our submission is available to consult at our website.