Benjamin Azoulay too close to his patients? The celebrity surgeon makes things clear in TPMP

Invited to the Touche plateau not at my post, this May 5, Benjamin Azoulay defended himself from the accusations of which he is the target. Indeed, six of his patients accuse him of mutilation.

He is accused of mutilation by six of his patients. Benjamin Azoulay, plastic surgeon was present on the set of Do not touch My TV, this May 5 to respond to the serious charges against him. Indeed, in an article published in The Parisian,influencers have testified to having been victims of failed surgical procedures. Thus, Gilles Verdez who knows the case well wanted to make him react on a specific point: “Mutilations, practices that would be illegal and having ethically and morally broken the lives of his young women, that is what they indicate. I have a question for you: you are very present on social networks, these young women, often influencers”, he begins by evoking.

The columnist goes there cash : “The question is direct, but I’m asking you: isn’t there a connection between public life and private life? Aren’t revenges of young women with whom perhaps you would you have gone beyond the professional relationship and who today would want to harm you?” After a few seconds of reflection, Benjamin Azoulay answers “No revenge on personal relationships, no I don’t think so, I don’t have a personal relationship with my patients. What I can tell you is that through it all, I can just you say what I am and who I am”.

Benjamin Azoulay: “There is no surgery without the risk of complications”

Benjamin Azoulay then talks about the bond he has with his patients : “I am a doctor and subject to medical secrecy with regard to all my patients (…) I have a difficult position tonight (…) There is no surgery without the risk of complications (… ) I never abandon them. I can always be reached, whether it’s during my holidays or during Christmas. And if ever, I’m on a plane for 7 hours and my phone is cut, I have two colleagues who take care of it (…) I understand their suffering. A patient who may have complications can experience it badly and I sympathize with this suffering”.

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Benjamin Azoulay
Indeed, in an article published in Le Parisien, influencers testified to having been victims of failed surgical procedures.

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Gilles Verdez
Thus, Gilles Verdez, who knows the case well, wanted to make him react on a specific point: “Mutilations, practices that would be illegal and to have ethically and morally broken the lives of his young women, c is what they indicate.”

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Gilles Verdez
“I have a question for you: you are very present on social networks, these young women, often influencers”, he begins by mentioning.

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Gilles Verdez
The columnist goes there cash.

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Gilles Verdez
“The question is direct, but I’m asking you: isn’t there a connection between public life and private life?”

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Gilles Verdez and Benjamin Azoulay
“Aren’t these revenges of young women with whom perhaps you would have gone beyond the professional relationship and who today would want to harm you?”

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Gilles Verdez and Benjamin Azoulay
After a few seconds of reflection, Benjamin Azoulay replies: “No revenge in relation to personal relationships, no I don’t think so, I don’t have a personal relationship with my patients.”

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Benjamin Azoulay
“What I can tell you is that through it all, I can just tell you what I am and who I am.”

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Benjamin Azoulay
Benjamin Azoulay then talks about the bond he has with his patients.

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Benjamin Azoulay
“I am a doctor and subject to medical secrecy with regard to all my patients (…) I have a difficult position this evening (…) There is no surgery without the risk of complications”.

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Benjamin Azoulay
“I never abandon them. I can always be reached, whether during my holidays or during Christmas. And if I’m on a plane for 7 hours and my phone is cut, I have two colleagues who take care of it “.

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