Wendy Smith has crafted just about every external body part imaginable — legs, fingers, toes, noses, arms, ears.
But the certified prosthetist and clinical anaplastologist is most passionate about her breast work: recreating lifelike breasts for women who have lost them to cancer.
It’s a passion that goes back to the 1970s, long before Smith chose her unusual profession. Her favourite aunt — who had breast cancer and a mastectomy — inadvertently helped her discover her calling. Read the full Winnipeg Free Press article here