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100 years of plastic surgery

Invented to deal with injuries on the bloody battlefields of Flanders, Harold Gillies’ creation has grown into a multibillion dollar industry that extends far beyond helping those ‘betrayed by nature’. Click here to read the full article.

  • Posted on: Jul 20 2015
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LEAP Foundation – Mission Monday

Several months ago, through a photo gallery published on the Guardian website, we learned about a woman named Andi, who was attacked with acid in her hometown in northern Syria. After sustaining these serious injuries, she and her young family decided to leave Syria in order to escape further violence that might befall them. They… Read More »

  • Posted on: Mar 5 2015
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CEN publishes standard on Aesthetic Surgery services

CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, is pleased to announce the publication of a new European Standard in relation to Aesthetic Surgery services (EN 16372). It is expected that this standard will help to improve the quality of these services, enhance the safety and satisfaction of patients, and reduce the risk of complications. Click here… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jan 20 2015
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Brazil’s Plastic Surgery Turns Toxic

In 2013, Brazil hip-checked the U.S. to claim first place in global plastic surgeries, performing 1,491,721 cosmetic operations to the U.S.’s 1,452,356. Click here to read the full article.

  • Posted on: Jan 12 2015
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