By Shaina Bhattopadhyay The news on the face of India is full of stories about people who are struggling to breathe, with many people suffering from breathing difficulties.
Nose cancer patients, for example, can face a grim prognosis.
In many cases, the cancer has spread to the inner ear.
The cancer is spread by the lymphatic system and can cause swelling and inflammation of the nasal passages, leading to breathing difficulties and coughing.
Nosed implants are also considered the most expensive surgical procedures in the world.
But these procedures are also controversial, with a lot of people worried about how the procedure will affect their health.
There is an increasing number of reports about nasal cancer patients undergoing nose surgery, but these are often not the cases of the majority of patients who undergo nose surgery.
The procedure is done with a suction device.
But what is not so clear is whether the suction method actually works or not.
There are several studies showing that suction is a more effective and safe surgical technique.
In a recent study, the researchers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center performed suction surgery on two groups of patients.
One group underwent suction to remove an implant on the left side of the nose.
The other group underwent the procedure on the right side.
The results of the sucessor group showed that the suctions on the two sides did not have any significant effect on the survival rate.
The study also showed that suctions performed on the same side did not affect the survival rates of either group of patients in the second half of the study.
In another study, researchers at the University Medical Center in Frankfurt, Germany, performed nose surgery on 30 patients.
The researchers used suction as a surgical procedure, and then compared the survival of the patients in each group of 20 patients.
The patients who received nose surgery survived for more than a month, but those who did not underwent nose surgery died sooner.
These results suggest that the surgical technique used in nose surgery may be more effective in reducing the incidence of disease, said Dr. Jurgen Stucke, a researcher at the center.