Suzanne Somers Talks About ‘Great New Breast’
today on Pears Morgan’s show on CNN ,Author and Breast cancer survivor Suzanne Somers has talked about her ‘great new breast’ after having stem cell breast augmentation therapy to reconstruct one of her breasts ravaged by cancer surgery.
“I thought they’d take a quarter’s worth,” she says. “But the whole bottom half of my breast was gone.”
For the surgery Aronowitz took stem cells from fat tissue in Somers’ midsection using liposuction and then used that to reconstruct the affected breast.
This whole thing is a win-win,” says Somers. “You lose fat and get a new breast.”
She said that,the cells used in her implant are extracted from the fat from her stomach and after the centrifuge the strong stem cells are regrown invitro and are injected into her and right now she feels a shock some times when as the blood cells and muscle is growing.The surgery is conducted by a Japan Sargon
This caught my sight and here is the little article for the reader interested from the pubmed
Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2008 January; 32(1): 48–55.
Published online 2007 September 1. doi: 10.1007/s00266-007-9019-4
Transplanted adipose tissue was gradually absorbed during the first 2 postoperative months (especially during the first month), and the breast volume showed a minimal change thereafter, although skin tension sometimes lessened after 2 months. Three representative surgical sites are shown in Figs. 4 to to9.9. The difference in breast circumference (chest circumference at the nipple minus the chest circumference at the inframammary fold) had increased in all cases by 4 to 8 cm at 6 months, which corresponds to two to three brassiere cup sizes. This circumference increase appeared to correspond to the 100- to 200-ml increase in the volume of each breast mound, which was partially confirmed by our preliminary evaluation using a three-dimensional quantitative measurement system.