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MedTruth May 16
“It feels different this time. Everyone is more aware of medical device issues because of , the Implant Files and the FDA hearings on breast implants and POP mesh. We’ve really blown the lid off.” - Angie Firmalino, founder of + Essure Problems
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Amanda Dykeman Dec 17
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Chris Gabbard Jan 13
The documentary I mentioned in my previous tweet is titled ‘The Bleeding Edge.’ Anyone contemplating having a device implanted, such as a knee, hip, shoulder, or a pump, or a seemingly simple birth control (Essure) should see this first.
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Megan Hall Feb 1
The US healthcare system is so anti-baby that it would rather women suffer autoimmune disorders from products like Essure than continue to be fertile & healthy smh
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Miss Pepper 🇨🇦 Dec 1
Corruption in government, corruption in the FDA/CFIA, corruption in the medical device industry. If you want to see something truly horrifying, watch on Netflix.
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Sara Sue Jan 5
I’m not normally a legit conspiracy theorist...but with my pending hysterectomy & talking more & more about female reproductive issues, I can’t help but think The Handmaid’s Tale might be more prophetic than fiction.
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oh_shelia77 Dec 5
Watching the is after saying it’s dangerous yet approve these medical devices with very little studies. Apparently they even install spy software on their employees in case they try to whistleblow. Shady shady. Listen to patients. Kratom is safe
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MedTruth May 15
Today, we’re in D.C. documenting the work of advocates taking a stand for the Medical Device Safety Act. Follow MedTruth as we share our key takeaways.
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Sara Sue Dec 27
Christmas miracle: my body felt relatively OK for one day. Today however it’s making up for lost time with a vengeance. 😢
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Health Consumers SA Apr 30
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Ibrahim Khalab Apr 29
The Bleeding Edge documentary is a revealing look into medical tech. Where new doesn’t mean better. It’s a must-see.
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Chris Gabbard Jan 13
In light of my 2 previous tweets about my son’s early death and poorly regulated med device industry, the last 1/3rd of my book describes what happened. It will be out in a few months from Beacon Press: A Life Beyond Reason: A Father’s Memoir.
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Leslie Haggett Mar 2
Just watched on great look into the medical device companies. Years ago my female PA warned against choosing after watching this film glad I followed her advice. I still remain, happily implant free! Feel for all these women! ☹️
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BeyondPrescription Mar 7
I have never Forgotten the CT SCAN and before you start throwing your Githeri saliva on my Tweet Watch documentary.Then Kuja hapa...Your father's and mothers are killing you with New TOYS
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cemree Jan 15
"New is not necessarily better." 🎬👍
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Sara Sue Jan 7
I love it when I go to yoga & feel mostly amazing for like 2 days. Maybe it’s 1/2 day, but it feels like 2. Anyway, my body remembers & makesup for lost time. 🥴🥴🥴
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Michelle Dec 8
If you were shocked by the episode of or you HAVE to watch on . This is still happening!
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FHFilmFest May 20
This is going to be a great event. Q&A with Producer, Amy Herdy following the screening of her award winning documentary: The Bleeding Edge. See you tomorrow at the Grange!
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G Dawg May 16
Kudos to for exposing hiding 1M failure reports on medical devices. Which fits a Netflix docu called . They exposed the scam of allowing ANYTHING to be Grandfathered into ur body! Grandfathered? 737max? Look it up!
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Sue Urasky #WomensFiction #Poetry May 1
is nominated for a Peabody Award, Congratulations Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick, and Amy Herdy! Must watch!
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