Nick Parkhouse, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) member told Daybreak that he welcomed today's report, but what he really wanted was to "see it implemented".
He added, "I really hope that MPs will seize on the findings of this report, which are most importantly for proper qualification, proper training and most importantly for collection nationally of data regarding all the procedures that are carried out."
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