Countless Americans depend on advanced medical devices to improve their quality of life. But a speedy and sometimes lax approval process by the Food and Drug Administration means some risky devices are cleared without clinical testing and receive limited oversight once on the market. You should know the realities and risks of medical devices before one is implanted in your body and what to do if you or someone you know is affected by a faulty device.

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