Women who say their breast implants made them seriously ill will get to voice their concerns to the FDA at the end of March.
According to the posted agenda for March 25 and 26, a committee will discuss and make recommendations about the benefits and risks of breast implants, including systematic symptoms reported in some patients.
Lauren Caccavone got a single breast implant after doctors told her it would help correct a chest wall defect.
Just one month after her surgery, Caccavone started getting severe neck and chest pain. Soon, the third-grade teacher was suffering from Epstein-Barr virus and chronic fatigue.
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