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Chinese actress Gao Liu to have more surgeries for wounded nose caused by botched plastic surgery

In February, Gao had shared photos of her botched nose operation to warn fans of the dangers of cosmetic surgery.

12/5/2021 2:11:00 AM

In February, Gao had shared photos of her botched nose operation to warn fans of the dangers of cosmetic surgery .

KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 — Chinese actress Gao Liu will be having more surgeries for her nose that was wounded because of a botched surgery as the surgical wound has failed to heal itself. The...

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