Ann was a slender, healthy woman; mother of two, married and living her ideal life with her husband and children. Anne worked as assistant to a plastic surgeon and taught radiology to dental students. Then after getting, what she was told were safe saline implants that were “just water” her life became something she did not recognize as she battled unexplainable symptoms that crippled her and left her unable to speak. Please visit this page to read The Implant Truth Survivors Committee Co-Founder Anne Gudson Ziegenhorn’s story
Deb was healthy but just six months after getting breast implants she was told were safe – her life was turned upside down. Now she works to spread awarness that the FDA has not done their duty to prove these devices as safe. Visit her website here and support her documentary revealing the truth about breast implants Killer Tits here
Susan survived cancer in 1999 with a modified radical mastectomy of her right breast. In 2000 a lump was found in her left breast. Susan opted for a second, prophylactic mastectomy. In 2001 a plastic surgeon told her the saline implants were safe and “just water” if they did leak. And they did leak in 2006. The surgical report indicated “a black substance” (mold) that Susan was never told about. These were removed from her body and were replaced with the “new and improved” silicone that would never leak and could not possibly ever make her ill; the stories of women who had gotten sick were from the “old” implants. In 2015 she had these implants removed. You can view the photos of the ruptured implants removed from her body and read the rest of her story as a participant in the 2006 Study that put these devices back on the market here.
Sharon, like so many of us, was healthy and strong prior to getting her saline implants. She asked all the right questions yet because she was not given the right information her decision to get breast implants was far from “informed consent”. Sharon had her implants removed and is getting better but wants to make sure women have the opportunity to make a truly “informed decision”. You can read Sharon’s entire story here.
Amanda Gilcrease was only thirty years old when she decided to embark on the journey of breast enhancement through, what she was told, were safe saline implants. Ultimately her life and her health were devastated to the point of needing a wheelchair. You can read Amanda’s story and see photos of her then – and now by clicking here.
What Actress Mary McDonough (Mary played Erin on the TV show The Waltons) Learned from a Bad Boob Job: