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No Spin Live Episode 86 – Patient Exposed to Bizarre Plastic Surgery Complications?

No Spin Live Episode 86 – Patient Exposed to Bizarre Plastic Surgery Complications?

Board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Jason Pozner, Dr. Steven Camp, and Dr. Bruce Van Natta discuss a news story from London where a patient – a famous patient – says that extensive plastic surgery has exposed her to bizarre compilations, including flesh eating bacteria.

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