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Breast Implants

FDA Breast Implants Links Page

Additional research, personal accounts, and FDA information


The following Agencies have a wealth of useful technical information on their web sites
These hyperlinks will connect you to the Homepage of each Agency.

  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the EPA's Office of Children's Health Protection (EPA)
  • Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSDR) and Environmental Health and Nursing Page
  • Department of Energy (DOE), Environment, Health and Safety Information Portal
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS)
  • National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH)
  • Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and OSHA technical links (SLTC)
  • Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)



TOXNET (Toxicology Data Network) Series of databases accessed through the National Library of Medicine
SCORECARD - Environmental Defense Fund Interactive Website listing Toxic Release Investory data by zip code
Safe Workplaces and Healthy Learning Places: Environmentally Healthy Schools
A Continuing Education Module offered through the American Nurses Association, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the University of Maryland School of Nursing

Chemical Info:

Databases and other resources designed to help you search for information by chemical name or structure. Features ChemIDplus.

to list more ingredients - New law will put allergens, toxic chemicals on the label, but keep the formulas secret  - 

Scotts the nation's largest supplier of do-it-yourself lawn and garden products has damaged the environment with DDT and other chemicals... records from the Ohio EPA show that dangerous levels of pesticides and herbicides, including DDT and chlordane, were seeping from Scotts landfills and waste lagoons into a creek that runs  through the company's 173-acre complex in the central Ohio city of Marysville.

FDA's StarLink Investigation Flawed: Hundreds of Allergy Reports Ignored, Questionable Test Used Special Risks to  Infants and Children Not Accounted For More:

Med Watch & Med Watch Form

We URGE ALL saline and/or silicone BI women to file a MedWatch Form, and ask your physicians to also file one on your behalf if you were explanted and/or experienced a 'RUPTURE" of your device. It is extremely important that the FDA receive these forms on ALL defective products. Please note "link" below.

Form 3500 - Voluntary Reporting

For use by: Healthcare professionals, consumers, and patients
Instructions for completing the 3500 form

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