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American dies in Dominican Republic after botched liposuction performed by unlicensed gynecologist

FOXNews.com Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
A New York man had died while under the knife for liposuction by a doctor in the Dominican Republic who has had at least three other patients die while in surgery.
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News video: Another American Tourist Dies During Dominican Republic Vacation

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Six American tourists have mysteriously died in recent months at resorts in the Dominican Republic. The FBI is helping local authorities investigate these deaths. Matt Yurus reports.

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