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The findings of the research are likely to alarm and confuse women who have had breast implants, because scientists responsible for the study of 13, women since have no explanation for them. The results do not show that the implants cause disease - only that those women who have them are more likely to get brain or lung cancer. Scientists now intend to examine whether women who have breast implants are more likely to be smokers.
Defence officials claim the surgery is justified because some servicewomen need bigger breasts to address "psychological issues". Darling Point plastic surgeon Kourosh Tavakoli told The Sunday Telegraph the navy had paid for two officers, aged 25 and 32, to have breast-augmentation surgery at his private clinic. Dr Tavakoli said the women had not been injured but claimed to suffer "psychological" problems.
All of which may all seem a little ironic to Lance Corporal Roberta Winterton, 20, who only last month was given her marching orders by the Army because she posed topless for Page Three of the Sun. Last night the news brought accusations that the Ministry of Defence is wasting scarce resources at a time when the forces are desperately short of manpower and equipment. If there is an overriding psychological reason for an operation, then it would make good sense,' said a spokesman, adding that making soldiers 'happy' and keeping up morale was integral to Service life.
Breast implants are leaving women suffering from 'brain fog' and anxiety, according to official figures. Taken from the past five years, the figures show women believe their implants are having negative impacts on their brains as well as their bodies. The revelation comes as women are preparing to sue the manufacturer of a commonly used implant in the UK, Allergan.
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Luke Byrne Twitter Email. A row has erupted after a cosmetic surgery clinic made an offer to women to pay for breast implant surgery in 24 or 36 monthly instalments. The offer allows a client to spread out payments for the cosmetic surgery using financing company Flexi-Fi.
When you first log on to My Free Implants, it looks more or less like any other straight dating site. To start soliciting donations, a woman need merely provide her name, birthday, and several pictures. Within seconds, she can start updating her status and chatting with donors. The women of MFI never get direct access to any money that is raised; rather, it goes to an escrow known, inevitably, as the Boob Bank.