Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong
Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong beauty clinic doctor tried for manslaughter over experimental treatment that left one client dead

  • Prosecutor says the treatment is so new that its clinical benefits even in severely ill patients are still uncertain
  • The defendant, however, is accused of administering the treatment to healthy women, saying it would be good for them

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong
Dr Mak Wan-ling (left) appears at court for her trial for manslaughter over her administration of an experimental treatment. Photo: Felix Wong
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