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Bad economy means fewer tummy tucks, eye lifts, breast implants, and other elective operations.
Get the small things right so that patients won't lose confidence in the big ones.
Estimates put figure at nearly 60 percent; real number may be as low as 4 percent, study finds
Study points to 16 states where Medicaid doesn't fund procedure
But slightly higher mortality rates showed up after 3 years, study finds
22-hour procedure replaced 80% of severely disfigured woman's face, physicians say
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Delaying care, they may present with more complications, experts say
Should older people and those with diabetes have the weight-loss surgery?
Studies suggest lymph removal, external beam radiation no help against early disease