Barbara Stanistreet's remarkable story retraces her 30-year struggle with the consequences of silicone breast implantation. Intertwined with descriptions of her moving experiences is an account of the painstaking research that eventually provided the evidence to link her silicone breast implants to her severe and debilitating symptoms. This engaging and frank narrative needed to be told. It uncovers previously unknown truths that governments and regulatory bodies can no longer ignore. 'The Boobie Trap' will educate and inform the growing number of women considering breast implantation. It will also offer hope to those women affected by the unknown cocktail of chemicals placed into their bodies without their consent.
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On completion of her general nurse training at St Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne, Barbara Stanistreet went on to qualify and practise extensively in differing specialty areas including Intensive Care, Operating Theatre Technique, Midwifery, Gerontology, General Surgery, Medical Practice Management, and Occupational Health & Safety. She subsequently acquired the complex clinical, technical and administrative skills necessary to progress her career to senior management positions of considerable responsibility. Barbara’s nursing career spanned some 35 years. In 2003, she successfully established her own business writing venture, The Write Answers. Over the past two decades, Barbara has provided a general writing and career consulting service. Working across all disciplines at all levels, her particular interest has been the preparation of résumés.
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