TOXIC contaminants in PIP Implants

TOXIC contaminants in PIP Implants

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.


There is currently no convincing medical, toxicological or other data to justify routine removal of intact PIP implants.

Toxic Contaminants in PIP implants

Toxic Contaminants in PIP implants published by SCENIHR in 2014

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. ☠️

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 substance

The 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.