Sunday, 9 August 2015
British woman to die of controversial £8,000 curve enhancement?
Jane Kiiza, from north London, died following an increasingly popular 'curve enhancing' cosmetic operation known as a Brazilian lift.
The procedure involves removing fat from the abdomen and reinjecting some of it into the buttock area. In Ms Kiiza's case something triggered a cascade of infection that tore through her body, killing her when she returned to hospital just days after the procedure at BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital. It is believed Ms Kiiza is the first British casualty. The procedure is increasing in demand as women try to emulate the famous hour-glass figures of celebrities such as Kim Kardashian.