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If you're quick, you should be just in time to catch a 34 year old mother of two having liposuction, live on the Web. Kim Dang of Denver, Colorado will be having fat removed from her stomach, legs and buttocks live on onlinesurgery.com at 7.30am Pacific Standard Time today. Kim was the lucky winner selected from hundreds of applicants for free surgery to be performed on onlinesurgery.com, which is a service provided by the Newport Center for Outpatient Surgery, it says here. Surgeon Michael Elam will be answering questions from Internet viewers during the surgery, which will be followed by a live forum with a panel of surgeons "who will address the most commonly asked questions about breast implants." Dr Elam apparently developed onlinesurgery.com in conjunction with the Internet Entertainment (sic) Group. The site is still recruiting candidates for free surgery, so come on down… ®

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