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February 08, 2010

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geraldine hurd

Hi

I own one of the most successful mastectomy lingerie shops in the UK (Betty and Belle). We have already helped thousands of ladies from all over the world.

I just wanted to let everyone know there is some beautiful lingerie out there. Please take a look at our collection at www.bettyandbelle.co.uk.

If you need any advice please give us a call, or drop us an e-mail we are professional bra and breastform fitters.

Geraldine Hurd

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