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Breast implant row: 'I feel I don't have any choice'

28 March 2012 Last updated at 11:52 BST

Women in England who had potentially faulty breast implants fitted privately should be able to have them removed and replaced at the same time by the NHS, a group of MPs has said.

The Commons Health Committee says patients face being operated on twice and suggested the NHS could do both procedures at once, with a charge for the latter.

Jane Brown had PIP implants fitted at a private clinic, and is having them removed by the NHS in a few weeks' time.

She told the BBC the surgeon at her private clinic told her she would look "pretty awful" if they were taken out, but she felt too scared to leave them in.