Italy sets up breast implants register, tightens regulation
This article was originally published in Clinica
Italy is moving rapidly to set up a national breast implants register, among measures to tighten the regulation of cosmetic augmentation, including a ban on underage (ie under 18) implantation. Medical and technical experts have been convened by the government, with a view to drafting "clear guidelines" for the sector and to establish the register "by the end of this month".
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