Venezuela breast implants


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CARACAS - Venezuela is offering women the free removal of breast implants made by a bankrupt French company that used industrial silicone to make cheap prostheses linked to health risks. The implants were made by the now defunct Poly Implant Prothese PIP and appear to have had an unusually high rupture rate, prompting the authorities in France to urge women to have them removed. Tens of thousands of the implants were used in Latin America, where demand for cosmetic procedures is high, and fear and anger at the situation is growing. Venezuela's Health Minister Eugenia Sader said on Tuesday that patients could go to hospitals for a check-up and have the implants removed for free if they wished.

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A Breast Implant Shortage In Venezuela Might Save Us A Miss Universe Headache In Miami

Now he has reserved some ire for another practice that is beloved in Venezuela : breast augmentation surgery. Blame for the boom in such surgeries here, Mr. Between 30, and 40, women here undergo the procedure each year, according to estimates by the Venezuelan Society of Plastic Surgeons. Billboards in Caracas advertise bank loans for the surgery.

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Venezuelans threaten mass lawsuits for faulty breast implants

Forget oil. There is no commodity more valued in Venezuela than feminine beauty. The country holds six Miss Universe titles and five Miss World titles -- a total of 11 titles compared to America's In some countries, if a woman shows too much skin, it is considered scandalous -- even punishable by death -- but in Venezuela, breast implants are to be flaunted, not just among beauty contestants, but also by the working class folks who admire them.

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Venezuela's chronic shortages have begun to encroach on a cultural cornerstone: the boob job. Beauty-obsessed Venezuelans face a scarcity of brand-name breast implants, and women are so desperate that they and their doctors are turning to devices that are the wrong size or made in China, with less rigorous quality standards. Venezuelans once had easy access to implants approved by the U. Food and Drug Administration.