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America’s May Lee reports:

The search for the fountain of youth is going high-tech as more procedures are being developed. Now there are more options to remove fat, tighten skin and smooth wrinkles without going under the knife.

Demand for high-tech, surgery-free procedures are on the rise.

In 2015, of the more than $13.5 billion spent by Americans on cosmetic procedures, non-surgical procedures accounted for 42 percent – an increase of 22 percent from the year before.

An experimental cancer treatment has inspired a new cosmetic procedure at UC San Diego’s Center of Excellence in Nanomedicine and Engineering. Researchers said that, if approved, the new procedure could revolutionize fat removal.

 

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