The Tamil Nadu health department on Wednesday launched a free clinic to conduct breast reconstruction surgery for those who want to alter their breast size, a decision that has been slammed on social media, as the department would only organize such clinics for breast cancer survivors. According to an Indian Express report, the free clinic is being done by the government-run Stanley Medical College and Hospital. Health officials said the move was to ensure that the underprivileged women get access to such beauty surgeries. The head of plastic surgery at the clinic, Dr V Ramadevi, also spoke to the UK daily, saying that some of her patients sought breast reduction to alleviate shoulder and back pain, while others sought to augment or shrink their breasts for a boost in confidence. However, people on social media have slammed the move, stating that governments need to ensure people need basic essentials i. Apart from providing breast implants, the clinic will also allow cleft lip surgeries for children, hand transplant and treat other serious injuries.
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The village-legend of Nangeli is about an Ezhava woman who lived in the early 19th century at Cherthala in the erstwhile princely state of Travancore in India and supposedly, cut off her breasts in an effort to protest against a caste-based " breast tax ". Widely viewed as an urban legend among scholarly circles, the story of Nangeli has gained widespread attention since the publication of a BBC Asia article   on it. Similarities to the story of Kannagi , popular in the state of Tamil Nadu, have been noted. The modern variation can be traced to a graphic novel published by controversial Malayali painter T Murali under the name Chitrakaran and available in his blog.
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