Police probing case after woman dies following Botox treatment in clinic

32-year-old fell into coma after treatment and was put on life support for five days before dying

Ms Lau Li Ting's mother at the wake held in Tampines last week. Ms Lau had gone for Botox treatment at a clinic on the fringe of the business district and ended up in the accident and emergency department of SGH on March 8. Doctors told her family he
Ms Lau Li Ting's mother at the wake held in Tampines last week. Ms Lau had gone for Botox treatment at a clinic on the fringe of the business district and ended up in the accident and emergency department of SGH on March 8. Doctors told her family her heart had stopped for some time and there was little activity in her brain. LIANHE WANBAO FILE PHOTO
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The police are looking into a case of a 32-year-old woman who died after receiving Botox treatment from a clinic on the fringe of the business district.

Ms Lau Li Ting, a property agent, fell into a coma after her treatment on March 8. She died five days later.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 19, 2019, with the headline Police probing case after woman dies following Botox treatment in clinic. Subscribe