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ASPS issues media updates from time to time on topical issues relating to patient safety and plastic surgery care. Journalists can also download the Media Resource Kit which contains frequently asked questions and common myths and facts.

Society welcomes NSW Review of Cosmetic Surgery Regulations

December,9 2015

Society welcomes NSW Review of Cosmetic Surgery Regulations
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Silimed medical devices suspended

September,24 2015

Silimed medical devices suspended
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Medical Tourism: Making an informed choice

September,10 2015

Medical Tourism: Making an informed choice
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Surgeons warn of risks associated with cosmetic surgery

September,2 2015

Surgeons warn of risks associated with cosmetic surgery
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Warning: Risks associated with cosmetic surgery

September,2 2015

Warning: Risks associated with cosmetic surgery
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Female genital cosmetic surgery – A resource for general practitioners and other health professionals

July,31 2015

Female genital cosmetic surgery – A resource for general practitioners and other health professionals
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Unregulated office-based cosmetic surgery and anaesthetic use

July,15 2015

Unregulated office-based cosmetic surgery and anaesthetic use
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Best way to protect consumers of cosmetic procedures

March,17 2015

Best way to protect consumers of cosmetic procedures
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Cosmetic surgery not without risks

January,30 2015

Cosmetic surgery not without risks
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Media Resource Kit

The Media Resource Kit contains common plastic surgery facts and myths, and frequently asked questions. Download a copy of the Media Resource Kit.

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Media Resource Kit

Sponsorships & Advertising

Download the ASPS Rate Card for information on sponsorship and advertising opportunities. All advertising requests are subject to approval.

For enquiries please contact us to ask the ASPS Membership Services.

Email: info@plasticsurgery.org.au
Phone: +61 2 9437 9200

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ASPS Rate Card

For media related
enquiries, please contact:

Edwina Gatenby
Director of Maxicom

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