Sam Jackman, with mom Susan Jackman. A daughter has created a 'revolutionary' breast form, after being inspired by her mother's cancer journey and mastectomy. See SWNS story SWLNbreast. Sam Jackman, 39, came up with the design after hearing her mother complain about her 'hot' and 'uncomfortable' prothesis following a mastectomy 17 years ago. Sam, from Calstock, Cornwall, wanted to design a breast form that 'didn't just imitate a breast', but could allow people to express themselves with their favourite colours or funky designs, all whilst being comfortable and staying in place. Her mother, Susan Jackman, 63, struggled to continue her day-to-day activities with her NHS prosthesis, as it was hot, sweaty and awkward to wear - an experience shared by countless others according to Sam.