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SPAIN-LGBT/
RTS2BOF1
January 22, 2019
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 18, waits to be taken to the operating room to have his...
Madrid, Spain
The Wider Image: Gabriel's journey: a transgender Spaniard makes the change
Transgender teenager Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca, 18, waits to be taken to the operating room to have his female to male chest reconstruction surgery in Madrid, Spain, October 26, 2016. "We have to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria in order to get medical treatment. My breasts always made me feel very uncomfortable, I couldnÕt wait to get them removed, but I've always disliked the term gender dysphoria because I don't feel like I have a mental disorder," Diaz de Tudanca said. REUTERS/Susana Vera SEARCH "VERA GABRIEL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. THE IMAGES SHOULD ONLY BE USED TOGETHER WITH THE STORY - NO STAND-ALONE USES
SPAIN-CANCER/
RTX346TE
April 05, 2017
Tattoo artist Alvaro Quesada, who is blind in one eye due to a tumour, gets a hug from cancer survivor...
Torrejon De Ardoz, Spain
Tattoo artist Quesada, who is blind in one eye due to a tumour, gets a hug from cancer survivor Malagon...
Tattoo artist Alvaro Quesada, who is blind in one eye due to a tumour, gets a hug from cancer survivor Mamen Malagon after tattooing a nipple on her reconstructed breast at the Hospital Universitario de Torrejon, in Torrejon de Ardoz, outside Madrid, Spain, March 23, 2017. Picture taken March 23, 2017. REUTERS/Susana Vera
BRITAIN/
RTX15506
November 08, 2013
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William observes breast reconstruction surgery during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital...
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust, looks through medical equipment as he observes breast reconstruction surgery on a female patient during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital in London November 7, 2013. Photograph taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Lefteris Pitarakis/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX154BD
November 07, 2013
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William observes breast reconstruction surgery during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital...
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust, observes breast reconstruction surgery on a female patient during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital in London November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Lefteris Pitarakis/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX154B9
November 07, 2013
Britain's Prince William (R), president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William observes breast reconstruction surgery during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital...
Britain's Prince William (R), president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust, observes breast reconstruction surgery on a female patient, as lead surgeon Stuart James explains the procedure to him during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital in London November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Lefteris Pitarakis/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX154B6
November 07, 2013
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William observes breast reconstruction surgery during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital...
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust, observes breast reconstruction surgery on a female patient during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital in London November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Lefteris Pitarakis/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS)
BRITAIN/
RTX154AJ
November 07, 2013
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William observes breast reconstruction surgery during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital...
Britain's Prince William, president of the Royal Marsden NHS (National Health Service) Foundation Trust, observes breast reconstruction surgery on a female patient during a visit to the Royal Marsden hospital in London November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Lefteris Pitarakis/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH ROYALS)
USA/
RTR2D4JC
April 22, 2010
Patricia Relling shows were she suffered a horrific and life threatening staph infection after her reconstructive...
Louisville, UNITED STATES
Patricia Relling shows were she suffered a horrific and life threatening staph infection after her reconstructive...
Patricia Relling shows were she suffered a horrific and life threatening staph infection after her reconstructive surgery from breast cancer at her home in Louisville, Kentucky, April 21, 2010. One after another, shortly after a diagnosis of breast cancer, each of the women learned that her health insurance had been canceled. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR1VI1Y
October 31, 2007
Dr. Andrew Elkwood (R) works to sew up a breast after it had skin cut off to reduce its overall size...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Elkwood works to sew up a breast after it had skin cut off to reduce its overall size during a breast...
Dr. Andrew Elkwood (R) works to sew up a breast after it had skin cut off to reduce its overall size during a breast implant and skin reduction surgery in Monmouth, New Jersey October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1VI1W
October 31, 2007
Dr. Andrew Elkwood cuts around a patient's areola during a breast implant and skin reduction surgery...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dr. Elkwood cuts around a patient's areola during a breast implant and skin reduction surgery in Monmouth...
Dr. Andrew Elkwood cuts around a patient's areola during a breast implant and skin reduction surgery in Monmouth, New Jersey October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1VI0T
October 31, 2007
A breast implant sits on a lighted tube before being inserted during a breast implant and skin reduction...
New York, UNITED STATES
A breast implant sits on a lighted tube before being inserted during a breast implant and skin reduction...
A breast implant sits on a lighted tube before being inserted during a breast implant and skin reduction surgery in Monmouth, New Jersey October 30, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQZ
June 05, 2007
After three operations and four rounds of chemotherapy at Georgetown University Hospital, cancer patient...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
After three operations and four rounds of chemotherapy at Georgetown University Hospital, cancer patient Deborah Charles shows off her breast cancer survivor bracelet during a hospital appointment in Washington May 23, 2007. She will continue with treatment and further reconstructive surgery but her prognosis is currently good. Photo taken May 23, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQS
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, discusses upcoming operations with her during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQQ
June 05, 2007
Cancer patient Deborah Charles and her husband, Todd, leave an appointment with the plastic surgeon who...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Cancer patient Deborah Charles and her husband, Todd, leave an appointment with the plastic surgeon who performed the reconstruction on her breast after a mastectomy at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQM
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (L), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, examines Charles as her husband Todd (R) watches during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQL
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (C), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian (C), who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, examines Charles as her husband Todd (R) watches and takes notes during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
RTR1QGQD
June 05, 2007
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian, who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS
Dr. Maurice Nahabedian, who reconstructed cancer patient Deborah Charles' breast after a mastectomy, discusses upcoming operations with Charles and her husband Todd Chisholm, during an appointment at Georgetown university Hospital in Washington May 29, 2007. Chisholm accompanies his wife to nearly all her treatments and examinations, taking notes and posing questions to the doctors. Photo taken May 29, 2007. To match feature WITNESS-CANCER/DIAGNOSIS REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR1MXHA
February 28, 2007
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself...
Brooklyn, USA
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment
Topher Logan relaxes at home in his Brooklyn apartment, February 14, 2007. Logan, 28, refers to himself as a "queer transman", meaning he was born as female, but identifies as a male and has relationships with women, men and other transgender people. He injects himself with testosterone, known as "T", twice a week in order to create and sustain traditionally masculine gender traits such as facial hair and a deeper voice. Two years ago he underwent a bilateral mastectomy, known as top surgery, to modify his chest. Logan believes in gender fluidity, and binary gender as a social construct. REUTERS/Erin Siegal (UNITED STATES)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FVH4
July 27, 2006
A patient touches her jaw before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes...
Beijing, China
Patient touches her jaw before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A patient touches her jaw before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FVH3
July 27, 2006
A patient rests after a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and...
Beijing, China
Patient rests after a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A patient rests after a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FVGS
July 27, 2006
Medical equipment is prepared before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising...
Beijing, China
Medical equipment is prepared before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
Medical equipment is prepared before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FVGR
July 27, 2006
A surgeon (C) attends to a patient during a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006....
Beijing, China
Surgeon attends to a patient during a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A surgeon (C) attends to a patient during a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FV5M
July 27, 2006
A surgeon marks the jaw of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006....
Beijing, China
Surgeon marks the jaw of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A surgeon marks the jaw of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FV5C
July 27, 2006
A patient is sedated before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes...
Beijing, China
Patient is sedated before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A patient is sedated before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FV56
July 27, 2006
A surgeon shows an x-ray of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006....
Beijing, China
Surgeon shows x-ray of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A surgeon shows an x-ray of a patient before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FV53
July 27, 2006
A patient's jaw is marked before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes...
Beijing, China
Patient's jaw is marked before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
A patient's jaw is marked before a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
HEALTH CHINA SURGERY
RTR1FV4Y
July 27, 2006
Medical staff prepare a patient for a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising...
Beijing, China
Medical staff prepare a patient for facial reconstruction operation in Beijing
Medical staff prepare a patient for a facial reconstruction operation in Beijing July 27, 2006. Rising incomes and perceptions that better looks secure better jobs and husbands have fuelled a boom for breast enlargement and other cosmetic remedies in recent years. State media have reported that Chinese people spend over $20 billion a year on altering their looks. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
BRAZIL CARNIVAL
RTRE4OI
February 07, 2001
Brazilian model Angela Bismarchi has her body painting for the Carnival parade checked by her husband,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BRAZILIAN MODEL BISMARCHI HAS HER BODY PAINTING CHECKED BY HER HUSBAND IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
Brazilian model Angela Bismarchi has her body painting for the Carnival parade checked by her husband, plastic surgeon Ox Bismarchi, in Rio de Janeiro February 7, 2001. Ox pointed out the nips and tuck of his model wife in preparation for the Rio's Carnival 2001. The booming demand for everything from breast implants to tummy tucks and reconstructive surgery has made Brazil the world capital of plastic surgery in per capita terms, surpassing former champion, the United States, in 2000.

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