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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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A 2010 survey found that as many as 48% of women and 23% of men said that they are interested in having cosmetic surgery.
Celebrities, like Heidi Montag, are now forthright about having had cosmetic surgery. Many other celebrities, both men and women, have been rumoured to have had cosmetic surgery. One website suggests which stars are desperately in need of plastic surgery.
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