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  • Adult Stem cells to grow bigger breasts (Cancer Still not Cured)

    03/29/2009 7:29:42 PM PDT · by GOPGuide · 65 replies · 49,473+ views
    The London Times ^ | March 29, 2009 | Sarah-Kate Templeton
    A STEM cell therapy offering “natural” breast enlargement is to be made available to British women for the first time. The treatment could boost cup size while reducing stomach fat. It involves extracting stem cells from spare fat on the stomach or thighs and growing them in a woman’s breasts. An increase of one cup size is likely, with the potential for larger gains as the technique improves. A trial has already started in Britain to use stem cells to repair the breasts of women who have had cancerous lumps removed. A separate project is understood to be the first...
  • Bust up: How to enhance your assets without going under the knife

    04/06/2008 3:29:21 PM PDT · by ProtectOurFreedom · 33 replies · 3,974+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 4/6/08 | ASHLEY PEARSON
    Almost everyone's breasts look good in Hollywood. From Anne Hathaway and Victoria Beckham to Catherine Zeta-Jones, it doesn't matter if you're 20 or 50; when you get on that red carpet in your designer dress, you've got to get it right. C02 TREATMENTSSaid to be the biggest breakthrough since Botox, carboxy therapy can eradicate wrinkles and stretch marks on your de colletage and take years off your skin. It has recently been made available in Britain by Parisian doctor Jules-Jacques Nabet, who says: "Nothing else works like it for loose skin and stretch marks. It means there is no need...
  • Australia navy in breast op row

    09/16/2007 6:37:18 PM PDT · by fishhound · 106 replies · 1,126+ views
    BBC ^ | Sunday, 16 September 2007, | n/a
    Australia's opposition Labor Party has questioned the need for female sailors to be given breast enlargements paid for with public money. An armed forces spokesman defended the operations, saying they were carried out for psychological reasons, not to make sailors "look sexy". Brigadier Andrew Nikolic said the "holistic needs" of service personnel were considered under defence policy. But he said breast augmentations were not routinely funded by the military. "We do consider the broader needs of our people, both physical and psychological," Brig Nikolic said. "But that is a long way from saying that if someone doesn't like their appearance,...
  • Stem Cells Gaining Popularity In Plastic Surgery Procedures

    05/10/2007 6:45:20 PM PDT · by Coleus · 1 replies · 230+ views
    Make Me Heal ^ | 05.02.07 | Jet H. Ross
    Stem cells are becoming more widely used in plastic surgery for breast augmentations, as fillers for wrinkles, and to enlarge any body part where more fullness is sought. With the European Union and Britain having just approved the use of stem cells for cosmetic surgery this month, this move is likely to make the use of stem cells more and more popular worldwide and ultimately in the United States .Stem Cells In Breast Augmentation Stem cells have been used in breast augmentations since 2003, as Japanese scientists have pioneered a treatment that offers a natural breast augmentation that uses stem...
  • Women with Breast Implants Have Higher Suicide Risk

    12/14/2004 9:49:04 AM PST · by Pharmboy · 207 replies · 141,626+ views
    Health - Reuters ^ | Dec. 14, 2004 | Amy Norton
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study adds to evidence that women with cosmetic breast implants have a higher rate of suicide than other women and shows, for the first time, that they may be more likely to have a history of psychiatric illness as well. Whether the elevated rate of psychiatric conditions explains the higher suicide risk is not clear from the findings. However, the study does give weight to the belief that it's not the cosmetic procedure itself that is behind patients' suicides, according to Dr. Joseph K. McLaughlin, president of the International Epidemiology Institute, a Rockville,...