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Can someone do a surgery pro bono?

Q:

My daughter is 17 and has one breast a C and the Other a DD. She is very self conscious about this and causes her pain and suffering trying to find clothes that fit and especially bathing suits.

A:

Asymmetric Breast Pro Bono Repair

Because your daughter's problem is somewhat unusual, it may be possible to have her care at a residency training medical center for, at least, a substantial discount, depending on the institution and your financial situation. There are a number of medical schools and training centers with Plastic Surgery training programs in the Los Angeles area. Start at PlasticSurgery.com & Surgery.com (here) at the "Find a Plastic Surgeon" area, looking for someone at a university, or for look medical schools and Plastic Surgery residencies locally.c Surgery Residencies locally. 

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