Cosmetic surgery crackdown in NSW to focus on breast implants, liposuction

ABC News, 3 June 2016
Author: Sophie Scott and Rebecca Armitage
“Health authorities in NSW have announced a major crackdown on cosmetic surgery providers after several women suffered life threatening complications while having procedures. New South Wales Health Minister says from next year, procedures such as breast implants, tummy tucks and liposuction will need to be carried out in facilities that have the same licensing standards as private hospitals. Cosmetic surgeons will be subject to the same licensing rules that apply to private health hospitals.”
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