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How You Look Affects How You Feel

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With more than 11.5 million operations a year, Brazil is the world’s second biggest consumer of plastic surgery after the United States, but here there’s none of the kind of stigma that still clings to the practice in the U.S.

The senate is currently debating whether the government’s National Health Service should fully cover breast reconstruction for cancer patients. The state-funded health service already pays for gastroplasties for the morbidly obese and some surgeries to repair serious deformities or injuries, including correcting cleft palates in children.

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Full article by Jenny Barchfield in The Miami Herald worth reading.

  

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