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BRAVA Breast Enhancement System Hits Major Milestone
Date:6/24/2008

MIAMI, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Brava, LLC announces a major milestone. Since its introduction 7 years ago, there are now over 40,000 women worldwide who have used the Brava Breast Enhancement System. The Brava system is available from either authorized Physicians or sold directly from Brava in the United States and through international distributors in Asia and the European Union.

According to Carlos V. Freyre, President and CEO of Brava, "We are very pleased with the overwhelming positive results of the women who have used the Brava system. Brava is truly unique. It is the only scientifically proven and doctor recommended non-surgical approach to increasing women's breast size and volume."

A major medical study published in the November 2007 issue of the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal entitled, "The Brava External Tissue Expander: Is Breast Enlargement without Surgery a Reality?" and authored by Ingrid Schlenz, M.D. and Alexandra Kaider, M. Sc., reported that long-term breast enlargement is possible with the use of an external tissue expander such as the Brava System. The study conducted a 12-month follow-up period of patients who had completed the Brava System process. The results showed that breast growth (an average of approximately 155cc's or 1 to 1-1/2 cup sizes) was sustained.

Brava was developed for women who wish to have a non-surgical alternative to breast augmentation that is safe with long-lasting healthy results.

For further information about the Brava System, please visit the Brava Website at http://www.brava.com .

About Brava, LLC

Brava, LLC, founded in 1999, is a medical device manufacturer. Brava, LLC headquarters are located at 14221 SW 142 Street, Miami, FL 33186.


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