Silicone: Money, Blood, and Agony

Silicone: Money, Blood, and Agony
Item# 978-0-8059-6122-5

by Diem Lan

In the 1960s, silicone became the preferred way to enlarge or enhance women’s 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)


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