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  1. Hi Just after a bit of advice. I have heading out to Turkey next week for a hair transplant. The operation will be in Turkey but the company gethair.co.uk has an office in London which deals with all of the admin and signing up new customers aswell as having a UK bank account. The question is if I paid £100 of the balance on a UK credit card, would I be covered for any shoddy or poor service received in Istanbul. Since the company I have dealt with up until now is technically UK based? Appreciate any thoughts on this thanks
  2. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mum-undergoes-life-saving-kidney-transplant-4424880
  3. Fertility experts say ovary transplants could delay the menopause indefinitely, allowing women to have a normal pregnancy whenever they choose, according to doctors! This is a wonderful break though for those women who have had to have cancer treatments, or who suffer from fertility problems, but I worry that's not all it'll be used for. I really can't see it stopping at those women who really would benefit, you'll have those women who say they should have the right to have even more children, claiming it's discrimination if they're not allowed to - you always get the "why not me to
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