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What is LipoDissolve?

During the Kobe (Japan) earthquake a decade ago, when the US Government included some drugs as part of its relief package, the Japanese politely declined. Why? Those drugs were not approved in Japan.

While it is understandable that different countries can have slight differences in their drug approval processes, all human beings are more or less alike (some studies have shown that based on diet, lifestyle, and genetic makeup, patients can respond somewhat differently to same medication). In other words, when a drug has been approved by respected agencies like the FDA or EMEA, there is really no need for other agencies to do a top-to-bottom review. It raises drug costs for everyone.

What is LipoDissolve?

So it may sound funny but there are many drugs that are approved in Europe for decades but are still considered dangerous in the United States (and vice versa). One of these drugs is being used for what is known as LipoDissolve (it is reported that Britney Spears had the procedure to get a flat tummy after her second child was born). Liposuction, tummy tuck, and gastric bypass surgery are some of the procedures that work best for losing weight and getting a flat tummy, but they are all surgical procedures. That means anesthesia and potential for complications. Lipo Dissolve is a non-invasive procedure that can help you lose some fat tissues.

Watch this video report to find out more about Lipo-Dissolve. In summary, it involves a series of injections in the target areas and this drug dissolves the fat. When some American plastic surgeons doubt its safety, we think it is because they see it as a threat to their traditional cosmetic surgery procedures.

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