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Big tit, bad tit – breast implants linked to new cancer risks

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News reports are now suggesting that breast implants have been linked to a rare but serious cancer, yet more evidence that having big bags of slooshing silicone forced into the human body might be harmful.

Thirty four cases of anaplastic large cell lymphoma have been reported in the US since 1997, and whilst that is not a vast amount, it’s still a risk worthy of consideration, when undergoing an operation that is more often than not, for the sake of vanity.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said that generally the silicone sacs stuffed into women to augment their breasts are safe but at the same time, has been looking at data that suggests the immune system targeting cancer could be linked to the devices.

No, she's not carrying waxed grapefruit to hungry children.

In the US, the disease is diagnosed in approximately 1 in 500,000 women who have undergone the operation, compared to just 3 in every 100 million women who have remained boobus intactus.

Girls with fakies should seek the advice of a healthcare professional if they notice any swelling or lumps or asymmetry with their newly installed bowling balls.

Does anyone remember when breasts were real? Lovely soft mounds of enticing girl flesh that jiggled slightly when they walked? When will human beings stop playing body gods and leave the design of the human body to she who knows best – nature. Some people are born with big milk jugs and some aren’t. That’s the way it is. Some of us are black, some of us white. These are the cards we have been dealt and we should all go back to ‘making do’ with what we are handed.

Besides, prosthetic breasts don’t look real and they don’t feel good. Take the splendidly vacuous Victoria Beckham’s, in fact, just take Victoria Beckham, who looks like she’s carrying a couple of fake-tanned grapefruits to a pair of hungry kids on a tray strapped to her chin.  Are these globular monstrosities what pass for breasts these days? They do little to increase femininity and in fact make real women look like post-operative transexuals.

Let’s stop comparing ourselves to ridiculous and inane celebrities whose singular talent is to pout and pose. We are being influenced by vain role models who have nothing to offer our female progeny other than artificial generic looks. It’s a sad fact that the majority of young girls would rather look like Beckham than be like Ellen MacArthur.

Leave titties be. Natural flesh not Beckham’s resin gargoyles.

Please share your thoughts on breast implants, and whether you think natural is favourable to fake, by leaving a comment.

Read about: Carolin Berger who died after a 6th breast operation, Jane Fonda and Kathy Griffin’s outspoken views against breast surgery, and learn more about breast cancer and how fish oil can help reduce the risks.

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