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Suffering in silence: Gigantomastia

By DW
27 February 2022   |   10:42 am
Ruth Makena Mugaa knows what it's like to suffer from gigantomastia, which causes excessive breast growth. So, she decided to start her own foundation in Kenya, to give hope to others like her.

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