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Stem cells to grow bigger breasts

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 in
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Stem Cell Breast Augmentation Unproven

The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has warned against “stem-cell” breast augmentation at the group’s annual conference in Birmingham.

Senior plastic surgeons of association said, stem-cell breast augmentations are unproven and should not be offered commercially.

“To think that this unproven research is hijacked and used in the commercial sector is really an appalling thought,” former BAAPS president and consultant plastic surgeon Adam Searle told the BBC. “Not least when it’s being utilized by inadequately trained practitioners.”

“Stem Cell” breast augmentation is a variation of traditional breast augmentation using fat grafting, which involves harvesting fat from areas where it is
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ITALY – Stem cells, first breast and facial operations performed

Two stem cell-based plastic surgery operations were successfully performed in Rome. The operations, a face-lift and a mastoplastic additive were performed at the Nuova Villa Claudia Clinic in Rome by Roberto Scalco, who is specialized in reconstructive plastic surgery and the president of the “Advanced esthetic surgery” medical association.

“This is the first face-lift performed in Europe with this method, the only previous operation like this was done in Tel Aviv,” was written in a statement.

Scalco, assisted by his team, used fat stem cells removed from the same patient treated with the ‘Celution’ system, a machine that is able
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