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Resource ID: #9123
Subject: Health Care
Source: San Francisco Examiner
Date: 1991-12-30



San Francisco Examiner reveals via internal memos of Dow Corning that the company knew since the mid-1970s that their breast implants were dangerous and were leaking silicone, causing potential serious health risks to the women; the company withheld this information from doctors and the public while they aggressively marketed the product, all the while denying any health risk, January - February 1992.

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