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Asymmetrical comfort

Art & Leisure

Artificial body parts can be tailor-made for extra comfort.

For women who have had mammary tissue removed because of cancer, there are bras with built-in prostheses. Still, these are not always comfortable.

A London-based architect, a cancer survivor herself, teamed up with underwear specialists to create one-cup lingerie and swimwear.

Because not every woman chooses breast reconstruction, and losing a breast doesn’t mean losing your femininity.

The elastic design uses special patterns, sustainable materials and a soft, wide strap which doesn’t exacerbate wounds or irritate post-radiotherapy skin. A startup is looking to put the asymmetrical collection on the market.

In future, breast cancer could be detected early using bras; cancer treatment progress is inspiring too

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