MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS-LIKE SYNDROME IN WOMEN WITH SILICONE

Ed Uthman uthman at neosoft.com
Sun Dec 15 16:20:24 EST 1996


In article <ilena-1412961443180001 at max-lj-209.connectnet.com>,
ilena at connectnet.com (Ilena Rose) wrote:

>  BREAST IMPLANTS: A NOVEL NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE WITH
> 
>                             RHEUMATOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS.
> 
>      Britta Ostermeyer Shoaib and Bernard M. Patten.
>        Houston, Tex 77030.
> 
> Twenty-six women developed a systemic disease with central
> nervous system involvement at a mean age of 38 years (range 21-64
> years) after receiving silicone breast implants (n=25) or fluid
> injections into breasts (n=1). 

Another classic from the esteemed team of Patten and Ostermeyer,
scientists who are so far ahead of their peers that they need not bother
with control groups, non-biased selection, or other inconveniences under
which lesser minds feel compelled to labor.

Ed

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Pathologist                                    -Seneca
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