Monday, August 10 2015
Jane Kiiza, who is half Ugandan and Rwandese is the first person to die in the UK following a butt enhancement operation that went wrong. On June 19, the mother of one went for an operation commonly known as Brazillian lift at BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital, but died four days later.
The operation involves removing fat from the abdomen and reinjecting some of it into the butt area. "Jane was well at the time of the operation," a close friend said. The operation cost the deceased GBP 8,000 approximately Ugx 40M/-.
"Jane Kiiza did not make the decision to have cosmetic surgery lightly. Friends say she had been talking about it ‘for ages’ and had been concerned by the risks, no matter how remote."
"But, like so many women who choose such operations, she felt she had done the very best she could as a mother – her son had graduated from Cambridge and was aiming for a solid career in finance – and now she wanted to do something for herself."
"The horrific, heartbreaking outcome is so extraordinary the medical community is still reeling. But as Professor Sir Bruce Keogh points out, these complex operations do go wrong and even if they are carried out perfectly, the body can react in unexpected ways."
Jane was buried at Islington cemetery and later , friends and family proceeded to Edgware, Middlesex for a reception that went on till 11pm.
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