What happens when you inject stem cells into a cancer-prone organ? A paired organ in which one in nine women will develop cancer in their lifetime? And what happens when stem cells are injected next to or among a cluster or precancerous cells in that organ? Or injected into a cluster of cancer cells that haven’t been detected yet?
Will the patient develop an increased risk of cancer? Or maybe the cancer that is already there is stimulated to grow faster and more aggressively?
These are the questions that MUST be answered unequivocally prior to you undergoing stem cell breast augmentation. And they haven’t been answered yet.
For these reasons, Stem Cell Breast Augmentation is on my Holistic Beauty Blacklist.
Note: This is based solely on the opinions of Dr. Youn, which do not necessarily reflect the opinions of all doctors or the standard of care in your area. Before you undergo any invasive cosmetic treatment, make sure you consult with a real board-certified plastic surgeon.