A Definitely Unstimulating Stimulus

Frentzen, Jeffrey
March 2009
Plastic Surgery Practice;Mar2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p6
The author contends that the controversial 2009 economic stimulus legislation, which is part of a series of Congressional bills intended to infuse billions of dollars into the U.S. economy to relieve the current economic downturn, will offer virtually no direct benefit for the aesthetic medicine industry. He says that aesthetic medicine is an economic indicator that shows the trend in consumer spending. The author offers tips to individual practitioner on how to address the impact of the global recession.


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