The procedure to remove the breast tissue has become one of the most popular treatments for breast cancer, and for good reason.
It has helped a woman with stage four breast cancer and her husband recover from a severe lung infection.
But now a woman in the United States says she has breast implants that will keep her from getting breast cancer again.
“We went in for the surgery to remove my breast implants last year and it took us nearly a year to get through that,” said Kimberly, who wished to remain anonymous to protect her family.
“My husband said it was a miracle, but I thought it was something that could happen to anyone.”
Kimberly and her brother, Justin, have a 13-year-old son, JT, who is battling Stage 4 breast cancer.
Justin and Kimberly are in the process of losing the left side of their breasts to the procedure.
They are now hoping for an implant that will remove the cancer from the remaining breast tissue.
“I had surgery about a year ago to remove a lot of my breast tissue,” Kimberly said.
“Now I have to be more careful because of how much of that tissue I have left.
I’m hoping it will help with the recurrence of my cancer.”
The implant was delivered last week by the Breast Cancer Council of America.
“It is one of a handful of things that has been proven effective in controlling breast cancer,” the agency said in a statement.
“The implants were delivered by the Council of American Bodies (CAB), a nonprofit organisation that promotes breast health, cancer research and research on treatments for cancer.”
But some believe that the procedure may actually be dangerous.
Dr. Michael M. Lutz, a surgeon at the University of California, Los Angeles, said it’s possible that a breast implant is designed to cause more harm than good.
“That’s just the theory, but there is some concern that there may be side effects from implants in the breast,” Dr Lutz said.
A woman undergoing breast cancer treatment in a Los Angeles hospital.
The CAB says the implant was made with a combination of silicone and a silicone rubber that can be applied to breast tissue for the treatment of a variety of diseases, including breast cancer in a patient with breast cancer of the cervix.
“If you have any kind of surgery, you should be absolutely careful to use sterile materials,” Dr M.
Lutz said, adding that implants may cause more problems than they help.
“There are no guarantees that they are going to do the best thing for the patient.
So if you are using a plastic or silicone implant, you need to be absolutely certain about the way it is going to be used and how it will be used.
It is not going to make a difference if it’s a biodegradable material.”
But it does appear that the implants were made in the USA.
“This is the first time that I’ve ever seen it done here in the US, and I can tell you that I haven’t had any problems with it,” Kimberly, the former nurse, said.
There are currently no FDA-approved breast implants in use in the UK, but the UK Health Protection Agency has said it is aware of a few other breast implant procedures in the country.
“They have been working with manufacturers in the past year to develop implants for those who are eligible,” the UK’s Health Protection Authority said.
But the FDA has not responded to requests for comment.
A spokesperson for the British Association of Plastic Surgeons said the organisation had no comment.