by John H. Ferguson MD
An 1998 abstract of a Scandinavian study that appeared in Neurology that shows that the theory of "silicone-induced neurologic disease" is not supported.
From the same issue of Neurology in 1998 as the abstract above, this abstract also concludes that there is not a link between silicone breast implants and neurologic diseases.
on Breast Implants by Medical Associations (National Multiple Sclerosis Society, College of American Pathologists, American College of Rheumatology)
by Marcia Angell, M.D., Exec. Editor of the New England Journal of Medicine (Preface and First Chapter)
of some diseases allegedly caused by implants.
A compendium of studies, safety information, doctors' advisories, the FDA's moratorium statement, etc.
The Federal Judicial Center has published a Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence with detailed information for judges. Admissibility of evidence is a focus: when is an expert not an expert? What experts testimony can be excluded from a trial? Includes detailed sections on DNA testing, toxicology and epidemiology to help judges in these complex areas.
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