Celebrity Look-a-Like Surgeries with Dr. Franklin Rose on Fox News

Celebrity Look-a-Like Surgeries UPDATED: Fox News  – Watters’ World with Kennedy “Texas Woman gets a Melania Makeover” featured “Melania-in-the-Making” Claudia Sierra  – and her journey to more closely resemble First Lady Melania Trump – review the video featuring Dr. Franklin Rose below as … Continue reading

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10th Annual Shades of Rosés Dinner to benefit Cancer Survivors via the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation

  Please join us for our 10th annual dinner Shades of Rosés to benefit October Breast Cancer Awareness Month and cancer survivors via The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation Featuring a fabulous multi-course meal inspired by the Cote d’Azur French Riviera in the … Continue reading

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Favorite Deborah Duncan dishes “Mommy Makeovers,” Breast Reconstruction, & Breast Cancer Awareness with Dr. Rose

Deborah Duncan of Great Day Houston dishes “Mommy Makeovers,” Breast Reconstruction, & October Breast Cancer Awareness month with Dr. Franklin Rose – review the Facebook live visit at Utopia Plastic Surgery & Medical Spa:

Deborah Duncan discusses “Mommy Makeovers” and her experience with Dr. Franklin Rose and the procedures she had performed by Dr. Rose to reconstruct her breasts including breast reconstruction and breast lift with implants; along with October #BreastCancerAwareness month – one in six women are affected by #BreastCancer – and the importance of scheduling a mammogram to get tested
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The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation was established in 2004 in honor of Holly Harwood Skolkin, and now, in her memory by Dr. Franklin Rose and Cindi Harwood Rose. The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that provides 100% free reconstructive surgery to uninsured and underinsured post-cancer patients at no cost to the survivor. We also offer grief counseling, college scholarships to cancer survivors or to those who have lost a parent to cancer, and arts in medicine activities for children currently undergoing cancer treatments at area hospitals. Learn more about our mission and how you can become involved by visiting our website at https://hollyroseribbon.org