Nicola Robinson warns fans to remove their breast implants as they cause ‘debilitating illnesses’


In June, Nicola Evans the 40-year-old former British “glamor” model went under the knife to remove her breast implants. And this week she begged her fans to follow her lead in an emotional essay about the dangers of breast implants.

On Tuesday, Evans wrote on her Instagram, saying 1:

From the heart: Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the former glamour model told fans that she had read countless articles on the subject of breast implants and had heard 'heartbreaking stories' about 'debilitating illnesses' She assured her fans that even though she had heard ‘heartbreaking stories’ about ‘debilitating illnesses’ that her purpose in sharing wasn’t to spread fear but rather to educate people.


She explained that under the care of a very dear friend she received word that her implants simply had to be removed. However, she sees the toxic implants as the “deepest regret” of her life so she was glad to see them go.

Her heartfelt message also included a link to her website and information about “breast implant illness,” a real condition that not all medical practitioners believe is real. But, come on.


As Evans said,

“It does not take a medical degree to understand that two large bags of toxic chemicals implanted in the chest leaking over crucial organs and glands will cause profound illness in our bodies.”1

Agreed. We couldn’t have said it better.

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Sources and References

  1. Daily Mail, July 10, 2017.

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.