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In the early 1990s, sympathetic juries awarded huge damages to women claiming injury from silicone breast implants, leading to a $4.25 billion class-action settlement that still wasn't large eugh to cover all the claims. Shockingly, rigorous scientific studies of breast implants have w shown that there is significant link between breast implants and disease. Why were the courts and the public so certain that breast implants were dangerous when medical researchers were t? The answer to this question reveals important differences in the way science, the law, and the public regard evidence-and t just in the breast implant controversy.
Marcia Angell is the executive editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.