To be fair mate, breast augmentation is the enlargement, your daughters case is different and isnt classed as a form of cosmetic surgery. The strain extra large breasts can put on the back is in itself worthy of the reduction surgery.
I once had to help evict a female student from student accommodation, because she spent her student loan of breast enlargement.
There is a clear point in that if a specialist deems durgery necessary then one should listen. CCG's are a pain, but they undoubtedly serve a purpose. I have spibal epidurals, the CCG got itself involved and reduced there frequency, frequency dictated previously by a pain management consultant. Now i find myself in a pigs ear of a procedure, i can have 2 injections in a 12 month period then get discharged. After aboutv2 months I ask my GP to re-refer me and the process starts again. If timings get thrown out it can be 8 to 10 months before my next one. We asked for dispensation at the beginning explaining that they kept me working, they said they wouldn't make dispensation for someone who was working. The truth is their budget is not part of the dwp budget so they weren't interested.
I hope she gets the reduction, I know a couple of women for whom that surgery was life changing.
I agree. There is a genuine health issue here which should always be available on the NHS.