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French Implants Test 'inconclusive' Implants ‘Sweat’ Irritant Silicone Even Without Rupture

French Implants Test 'inconclusive' Implants ‘Sweat’ Irritant Silicone Even Without Rupture

London – 29 September, 2010 – As new test results from the French Competent Authority (AFSSAPS) into controversial PIP breast implants cannot entirely rule out genotoxicity (DNA cell disruption), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (www.baaps.org.uk), re-issues safety recommendations for women in the UK who have PIPs. In line with AFSSAPS, the BAAPS, the not-for-profit organisation established for the advancement of education and practice of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery for public benefit, recommends all women who have these implants undergo an ultrasound within the next six months to determine rupture or weakening. Should this be encountered even in one implant, the advice is unequivocal: both should be removed.

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British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons welcomes new president Fazel Fatah Assumes Leadership Role

 British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons welcomes new president Fazel Fatah Assumes Leadership Role

 London - 23 September, 2010 - The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (www.baaps.org.uk), the not-for-profit organisation established for the advancement of education and practice of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery for public benefit, today announced the appointment of Birmingham-based consultant plastic surgeon Fazel Fatah to the role of President.

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RCS to examine cosmetic surgery standards in wake of damning NCEPOD report

The Royal College of Surgeons is to establish a group to bring together all those involved in setting standards for cosmetic surgery following a new report by the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death [NCEPOD].

The sobering study, entitled On the face of it, reviewed the organisational structures of cosmetic surgery providers and found that many were failing patients. Of particular concern to the College was evidence of ‘occasional surgery’ with operations being spread over too many units with some surgeons not doing enough to maintain skills. The findings that some units lacked equipment and were not undertaking full psychological assessment of patients are also of grave concern.

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Appeal denies £190,000 damages is "irrationally generous" for superbug boss

The Court of Appeal has awarded an ousted NHS boss more than £190,000 after overturning a “bizarre legal situation” left in the wake of a superbug scandal.

Thomspons Solicitors has succeeded on behalf of Rose Gibb, former chief executive of Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, who was one of the heads to roll following the outbreak of the clostridium difficile (c-dif) superbug which claimed 90 lives.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 July 2010 10:54

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Prosecution for assisted-suicide Doctor

A retired GP who paid for a patient to fly out to Switzerland to end his life will not be prosecuted under the new assisted suicide guidelines, the CPS has announced.

Dr Irwin, a former medical director with the UN, funded Raymond Cutkelvin’s trip to the Dignitas clinic in February 2007.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 July 2010 10:55

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