Donda West Law Won't Protect Patients, Say Doctors

Earlier this year California instituted the Donda West Law, which is meant to protect patients seeking cosmetic surgery by requiring they take a physical exam and have written clearance from a doctor 30 days before getting surgery. But doctors tell CNN the law may do little to boost patient safety. While the law--named in honor of Kanye's mom--systematizes "what reputable physicians have already been doing for a long time, it'll never change the guys who want to be outlaws to do anything different," says Dr. James Wells, former president of the California Society of Plastic Surgeons. Read More: Street Style: Kanye & Amber do Paris Fashion WeekCelebs who've lost loved ones


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