Metal-on-metal hips should not be considered safe, study says

Finnish researchers determined that metal-on-metal hip replacements such as the Wright Conserve Plus Total Resurfacing Hip System should not be considered safe until more studies are completed. A review of the Finnish Arthroplasty Register found that patients who received a metal-on-metal hip replacement were more likely to suffer from soft tissue sarcoma and basalioma.

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