Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
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Beauty treatments must be regulated

  • The failure to enact a law – promised years ago – is a blight on a city that has seen unnecessary deaths with no recourse to legal action

Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Doctor Mak Wan-ling of DR Group appears for the beauty surgery trial at the High Court in Admiralty. Mak's manslaughter charge over the death of Chan Yuen-lam on October 10, 2012. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
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