Dr. Andrew Campbell joins the show to talk about breast implant illness, the signs and symptoms of BII, and what you should do if you think you have it. Dr. Campbell goes over how platinum, used in the manufacturing of the implant capsule, goes straight to your brain, affecting brain performance and cognition. He also discusses how the silicone or saline in breast implants can grow mold, leading to health symptoms caused by mold mycotoxins. Dr. Campbell goes on to cover his various research studies on breast implant illness, and the best supplements and detox protocols to recover from BII. This is a must listen for any woman who’s considering getting breast implants, as well as anyone who may think they are suffering from BII!
What You’ll Learn
Tune into today’s podcast to hear all about:
- The top symptoms of BII (you must look out for these)
- The inflammatory and autoimmune responses associated with BII.
- How platinum in breast implants are leaching into women’s bodies.
- Mold can grow on your breast implants leading to mycotoxins entering your body.
- The top tests you need to take if you think you have BII.
- The best supplements you should take to recover from a breast explantation and BII.
- Dr. Campbell’s top recommendations for those with BII or wanting to do an explantation.
Click Here! Read the transcript for #493 Warning: Breast Implants Can Contain Mold and Heavy Metals with Dr. Andrew Campbell
About Dr. Andrew Campbell:
Andrew W. Campbell, M.D., Medical Clinician, Director, Officer, Advisor and Medical Consultant, also Editor-in Chief of several medical journals and research studies. Dr. Campbell has treated the most complex BII patients and has extensive experience with testing for molds and mycotoxins from environmental and toxic exposures.
Dr. Campbell’s areas of expertise include his treatment of thousands of patients with complex medical conditions from toxic exposures, specifically molds and mycotoxins, Lyme disease, pesticides, household solvents, silicone breast implants, industrial chemicals and more.
Upon moving to Texas, he began serving as the Medical Director at the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders for over 25 years.
Aside from his medical career, Dr. Campbell is a sought-after lecturer and speaker, nationally and internationally at medical conferences for over 25 years and at Oxford University in England, and Harvard School of Medicine.
He has published over 100 studies of his findings in peer-reviewed medical journals and medical textbook chapters, including 23 studies on breast implants and their health effects.
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Mycotoxins and molds have been called “The Great Masquerader” by the World Health Organization. This is because they imitate so many other illnesses and conditions that they are difficult to diagnose and treat.
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