Silicone: Money, Blood, and Agony

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Silicone: Money, Blood, and Agony
by Diem Lan In the 1960s, silicone became the preferred way to enlarge or enhance womens breasts. The craze was not just an American phenomenon women from all over the world rushed to cosmetic surgeons. Diem Lan was no different. In 1968, in a Vietnamese clinic, she had breast implant surgery. But her experience with silicone was very different than most women. Silicone: Money, Blood, and Agony recounts the side effects and medical complications she experienced from silicone gel implants. About the Author: Diem Lan lives in California with her husband. She is the mother of eight children. (2003, paperback, 78 pages)