Sir Bruce Keogh: Rein in the cosmetic surgery cowboys: NHS chief calls for new laws to overhaul 2.3bn industry and protect patients

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Ouch! I"ve had a facelift with 69,000 needles… but this 2,000 scalpel-free treatment rejuvenated my 50-year-old skin

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