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April 13, 2005

FDA mulls breast implant return

Unfortunately, writes Sally Satel, feminist groups don't trust women to make decisions for themselves regarding their bodies, and "keep pumping out misinformation" on the devices' imagined hazards. More: my review of Marcia Angell's book on the implant fiasco is here, and I devoted a chapter to the subject in The Rule of Lawyers, not however online; Virginia Postrel rounds up recent links; and the Manhattan Institute published this 1995 paper by David Bernstein.

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