The first time Kim Brown was diagnosed with breast cancer, she underwent the traditional method of breast cancer surgery that involves inserting a painful fishhook-type wire into the breast tissue several hours before the surgery to localize the cancer. Like many other patients, she was forced to wait for her surgery to take place, spanning multiple hours, with the uncomfortable wire protruding from her body, causing additional fear and stress. After unfortunately being re-diagnosed with breast cancer a second time, she feared that she would go through this same traumatic surgical experience again. The second time Kim underwent her lumpectomy was with MOLLI®, which improved her patient experience during one of the most stressful times of her life.