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Nova Scotia's health department said it will cover the cost of breast reduction surgery when a patient meets three criteria and a surgeon has received approval from MSI to have the procedure covered: In an email to CBC News, the province said it goes by this criteria because it's based on "the best available evidence regarding medical necessity, surgical and post-surgery risks." "This is to ensure that when a patient requires this, or any other surgery, they have the best potential for surgical success." The province said it regularly reviews the criteria as the evidence changes to see if there needs to be any adjustments.
It says it also monitors what other provinces are doing and what's happening in the medical field.
"If you have a higher BMI but you have co-morbidity like back problems or just other risk factors, then they will consider your case even if your BMI is over 27 [in New Brunswick]." "BMI is an antiquated measurement anyway, but that's still what the health department uses." Harding is close to six feet tall and wears a 36N to a 36O size bra. When she tries to be physically active, she said it's difficult because she has to wear two to three sports bras at a time just so she can move her arms. I'm unable to move my body properly or without pain in order to aid in losing weight," Harding said.
Harding said she doesn't understand why different provinces have such different guidelines for who qualifies for breast reduction surgery.
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