Botox and the need for more regulation | Letters
Letters: The government must address the gaps in the UK’s regulatory framework for cosmetic procedures meaningfully and urgently, writes Hugh Whittall; while Linda Theobald says the NHS should not pick up the pieces because of people’s vanity
The response by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to your article on Botox and dermal fillers (Botched beauty treatments prompt calls for regulation, 19 February) is concerning for a number of reasons.DHSC claims to have put in place “stronger regulations” for such procedures since the 2013 Keogh report publicised shocking gaps in patient protection. The Nuffield Council’s own rep...
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