The above article appeared in a recent edition of Closer Magazine.
It's hard to know if Dr Jessen is just 'bandwagon-jumping' (because of recent press contraversy over other articles) or if he's being deliberately provocative, but many of us consider his recent writing on the subject of sagging boobs to be scaremongering.
I will be posting a template letter if you'd like to contact the editor of the publication, and you may wish to contact the Press Complaints Commission also. Their code of practice is quite concise and I believe the magazine article is misleading (section 1:i) and has not clearly stated what is [the columnists] conjcture and what is fact (1:iii). No scientific evidence has been presented by the columnist in support of his opinion.
I find it interesting that this article has only appeared since our previous interaction with Dr Jessen, when he made the same claims based on his 'clinical experience'. However, I am very concerned that he has gone on to write a disgraceful and misleading article which will will be read by many young women.
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