(Sydney Morning Herald) — Doctors without suitable qualifications will be banned from calling themselves cosmetic surgeons under a series of major changes struck by state and federal health ministers. And in a significant reversal, the ministers also agreed that a ban on the use of patient testimonials by cosmetic surgeons – which several state governments had wanted wound back – will be retained.
Strict New Rules on Who Can Call Themselves a Cosmetic ‘Surgeon’
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