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The Chicago marathon and Plastic Surgery The Meeting crossed paths in October, and the two events have more in common than one may think.
Focal Therapeutics’ BioZorb Tissue Marker may allow for more precise radiation delivery and improved cosmetic results for breast cancer patients.
Patients with more severe psoriasis are more likely to have uncontrolled hypertension, according to new research published in JAMA Dermatology.
Salt Lake City plastic surgeon Renato Saltz, MD, is ISAPS’ president-elect, and will take the helm at the 2016 ISAPS Kyoto Meeting in Japan.
CynoSure’s PicoSure laser is now approved to treat fine lines and wrinkles in addition to acne scars, benign pigmented lesions, and tattoo regret.
Cosmetic surgery is just as safe for senior citizens as it is for their younger counterparts, a new study shows.
Congrats! New York City plastic surgeon Scot Bradley Glasberg, MD, is the new president of the ASPS, and Seattle’s Nicholas B. Vedder, MD, is the new PSF president.
New research suggests that breast implants may be linked to new type of ALCL.
If approved, Syneron’s PicoWay will join CynoSure’s PicoSure laser, which is FDA-cleared for tattoo removal and acne scar treatment.