There was good news today for women who were given faulty breast implants filled with non-medical silicone.
A group of NHS experts said the gel inside the PiP Implants was not toxic or cancer-causing, and should not lead to long-term problems.
However, the bad news is that the implants are twice as likely to rupture as other brands.
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