Before she gave evidence, Jan Spivey told me she was determined to speak for the 47,000 UK women who were given substandard PIP implants.
I watched as Jan, who had the implants after cancer, took to the witness stand. At times she cried, but remained clear and determined as she told the court:
I am here to appeal to you to bring all those responsible for terrorising so many women... To bring them to justice.
I was terrified, I feel I have been poisoned.
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