MIAMI—Almost a year after a West Virginia woman died after a botched "Brazilian Butt Lift" surgery at a Hialeah clinic, police say another woman died Thursday night at the same - From Beckley Register-Herald
As the state legislature runs down the clock on this do-nothing session, state revenues continue to slide, teachers continue to receive layoff notices, young professionals continue to move out of state, schools continue to close, businesses continue to turn out the lights and opioid drug abu… MIAMI—Almost a year after a West Virginia woman died after a botched "Brazilian Butt Lift" surgery at a Hialeah clinic, police say another woman died Thursday night at the same cosmetic surgery center, which changed its name after last year's death.
In November, Labrador and De La Rosa agreed to refund more than $200,000 in deposits to customers as part of an agreement with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, whose office agreed to drop an investigation into the clinics, which also included Broward Cosmetic Surgery in Plantation and Cosmetics Miami in Hialeah.
Before signing the agreement with the state, Labrador and De la Rosa filed notices of dissolution for the clinics with the Florida Division of Corporations in September, according to public records.
The report also noted that the surgeons allowed assistants to document pre-operative medical screenings, which were then signed by the physicians with no indication that the doctors had performed the tests.
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