From the library of ex-president Bill Clinton:

Silicone and matrix macromolecules. New research oppportunities for old diseases from analysis of potential mechanisms

of breast implant toxity 1996 >>

FDA Science forum 2015 (about degradation polymeric medical devices) >>

Bones, groans and silicone (lupus-2012-Brawer) 2012 >>

Prevention of Biofilm Associated Infections and Degradation of Polymeric Materials Used in Biomedical Applications 2011 >>

Biocompatibility and fatigue properties of Polystyrene−Polyisobutylene−Polystyrene, an emerging thermoplastic elastomeric biomaterial 2006 >>

Poly-L-lactide surfaces subjected to long-term cell cultures: cell proliferation and polymer degradation. 2005 >>

Degenerative mineralization in the fibrous capsule of silicone breast implants 2005 >>

Biodegradation evaluation of polyether and polyester-urethanes with oxidative and hydrolytic enzymes 2004 >>

Toxic hydrolysis product from a biodegradable foam implant 2004 >>

The mechanisms of oxidative degradation of biomedical polymers by free radicals 2003 >>

Analysis of silicon in human tissues with special reference to silicone breast implants. 2000 >>

Silicon and matrix macromolecules: new research opportunities for old diseases from analysis of potential mechanisms of breast implant toxicity. 1998 >>

Detection of Silicone Migration and Biodegradation with NMR 1996 >>

Corrosion and degradation of implants materials Book, page 13, 14, 15 1979 >>

Implant failure and the immuno-incompetent fibro-inflammatory zone. 1994 >>

Carbonate hydroxylapatite, hopeite and parascholzite in fibrous capsules surrounding silicone breast implants 1991 >>

Wear and Degradation of Retrieved Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene and Other Polymeric Implants 1979 >>