Police are investigating claims that a surgeon wrongly put more than a thousand women through breast cancer operations.
Ian Paterson is alleged to have used a technique on 700 women that is not recommended in Britain because it can leave infected tissue behind.
It is also claimed he carried out operations - including mastectomies - on at least 450 women who didn't have cancer.
ITV News' west of England correspondent Emily Morgan spoke to one of the women involved:
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