The first time I was in a hospital in the middle of a severe allergic reaction, my nurse called me over and told me that the doctors there were putting my life in danger by giving me a titanium implant.

It was the first time in my life that I had ever been told this, and I had no idea what to think.

For years, I’d heard about titanium implants being used to help treat certain diseases, but I’d never really considered whether it was the right thing to do.

Now, I’m not only one of the lucky ones, but also the first person in the world who has the privilege of having one.

In this episode, we’ll find out how titanium implants can help us save lives, what it’s like to have one, and what to expect from a titanium procedure.

You can also follow along on Twitter using the hashtag #TitaniumTreatment.

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