Extensive research has shown that a mutation in the gene HER2, along with other genes, can increase one’s likelihood of developing breast cancer. Recently, many women who have discovered that they carry this mutation have gotten single or double mastectomies, in hopes of decreasing their cancers of developing breast cancer. Many women, after undergoing such procedures, may receive breast implants. With current evidence showing that breast implants may make it much more difficult to detect breast cancer at its early stages and thus make it harder to treat, do you think that women with the genetic predisposition to develop breast cancer should be discouraged from getting implants? If it is found that implants are in fact a direct cause of breast cancer, should a debate be started in perhaps stopping breast implant procedures?