The BBC announced this week that there is no evidence to suggest that metal-on-metal hip implants cause cancer, but a new study shows that DNA damage could occur if metal debris from the implant gets into the bloodstream, which can ultimately result in medical complications including cancer. The BBC based its decision on a study that found that patients with metal-on-metal hip implants did not have a higher rate of cancer than the general population or patients with artificial hips made with other materials. The study spanned up to seven years post hip replacement surgery. The study was initiated after ... Read More
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