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Skin deep

r. Christine Rodgers says age, weight gain, stress, sun damage, and life in general can camouflage a person’s best features, and that’s why it’s her passion to bring out the beauty that has always been there. After moving to Denver in 1986 and working as an assistant professor of plastic surgery at the University of Colorado for four years, she entered private plastic surgery in 1990; and has since practiced

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