In 2014, the European Commission's SCENIHR committee published its findings on PIP implants. At that time they were aware of the contaminants found at high levels in PIP Implants & simply down-played the significance of the findings to obstruct women from receiving the help they need to remove the implants.
Fast forward to mid-January 2018 and increasing evidence of injury and harm of PIP goes unrecorded, the European Commission announces a partial BAN on D4 and D5 in shampoo and other wash off products by 2020. D4 is a known Endocrine Disruptor Chemical and D5 & D6 are carcinogenic. ☠️There is currently no convincing medical, toxicological or other data to justify routine removal of intact PIP implants.
D4 meets the criteria in Annex XIII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 for the identification of a persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (‘PBT’) substance and a vPvB substance and that D5 fulfils the criteria for the identification of a vPvB substanceThe European Commissions Science Committees are just part of a wider problem of healthcare corruption and FAKEscience in the European Union. A problem which is impacting on the trust and authority of the CE Mark and pitting vulnerable women against Commission misogynists & manufacturers of plastics, polyurethanes, medical devices, cosmetics and chemicals.