posted a story that spotlights a trend in which the Australians continue to scrutinze the medical and comsetic uses of botulinum toxin Type A:

On Tuesday, The Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia (CPSA) told its physicians to avoid using Botox and similar products on pregnant women.  “Botulinum toxin should not be prescribed to pregnant women and we advise our members to strictly follow these guidelines,” said the CPSA’s Dr Gabrielle Caswell said in a statement. “. . . there are some circumstances, such as during pregnancy, breastfeeding, glaucoma and neuromuscular disease where it is not an appropriate medication.”

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