Did Busts Boom?

Inject me. Bleach me. Laser me. Just don't cut. A crucial lesson in the age of Botox is that a sizable group of women fit somewhere on the vanity scale between Eager Surgery Candidate and Making Do with What God and My Miracle Bra Gave Me. So last spring when a Florida plastic surgeon introduced a device to nonsurgically increase breast tissue using suction, not a few A- and B-cup bosoms heaved with hope. Makers of the Brava bra, which consists of two plastic shells linked by tubes to a suction device, promised an increase of up to one cup size...

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