Saturday, 9 April 2016

Dear Emily❊

“More than 100,000 women and their families in the European Union have been affected by the PIP fraud,
I am one of these women, this is my story...”

PIP Action Campaign made a complaint to the EU Ombudsman regarding the treatment of the women affected by PIP implants. It is clear that the European Commission is not responding to the PIP crisis with honesty, credible science or compassion.

We are encouraging all women affected by PIP implants to write to Emily O’Reilly the EU Ombudsman with details of their own personal stories and experiences of PIP.

We want to let the authorities know the extent to which the current policy has added to the stress and horror of PIP for each and every one of us.

We would like everyone affected to take part and add their voice. Of course, the more women who write the better.

We know that behind every PIP implant there is a broken heart. This is why each “Dear Emily” letter will be a painful, emotional and a courageous act.

But we hope it will make a difference Dear Emily.

Lets try it and see!
Full details of PIP Action Campaign’s complaint to the Ombudsman, reference 174/2015/FOR, can be found on the Ombudsman website. In the final decision Emily O’Reilly stated “The Commission should continue to evaluate new scientific data relating to the safety of PIP implants." And that’s what we want!

To contact Dear Emily, the EU Ombudsman, use the contact form on the Ombudsman website. 
You can type into the form or you can attach a file.
Find the Contact form here:

You will also find web links to the Contact Form on all PIP Action Campaign & PIPSLEAK social networks.

If you have been affected by the PIP fraud you are invited to take part.

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