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West Death / Plastic Surgery / A Discussion #878013

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Emory University Dr. Seth Yellin† and Irena Medavoy, who suffered botox complications, about the unexpected death of Donda West, mother of musician Kanye West, after cosmetic surgery. [YELLIN - outlines the riskiest plastic surgeries like abdominal surgery; reiterates there is risk with any surgery so medical clearance is necessary; offers perspective on plastic surgery like that of West.] [MEDAVOY - talks about her botox surgery that left her ill; offers advice for people considering "fashion" surgery.] Other material: cosmetic surgeon Dr. Andre Aboolian† quoted about West's medical background.
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