Breakthroughs in Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery News – October 9, 2009

Plastic Surgery News – October 9, 2009

Interplast offers plastic surgery in 3rd worldWatch this week’s Plastic Surgery News to find out how an unqualified surgeon sent a liposuction patient into a deadly coma, and learn why the largest hospital in Switzerland is refusing to treat North Americans for plastic surgery. Plus, find out what a new study says about the best surgery for fractured noses, hear about a grant to pay for reconstructive plastic surgery for children in Third World countries, and get the latest on a new device that makes fat grafting easier for surgeons.

All of these stories, plus this week’s Celebrity News report, are in this week’s Plastic Surgery News. Click the player below to view the newscast now!

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