Dallas death points to dangers of black-market cosmetic work

FILE - In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, Elva Navarro faces a justice of the peace at the Hidalgo County Jail in Edinburg, Texas. The South Texas woman was sentenced in December 2014 to three years in prison for the death of a customer injected with liquid silicone at the woman’s spa. The recent death of a Dallas woman who received illegal buttocks injections follows other fatal black-market procedures that highlight the popularity of cosmetic surgery. (AP Photo/The McAllen Monitor, Ildefonso Ortiz, File)

FILE – In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, Elva Navarro faces a justice of the peace at the Hidalgo County Jail in Edinburg, Texas. The particular South Texas woman was sentenced in December 2014 to three years within prison for the death of a consumer injected with liquid silicone on the woman’s spa. The recent passing away of a Dallas woman who obtained illegal buttocks injections follows additional fatal black-market procedures that highlight the popularity of cosmetic surgery. (AP Photo/The McAllen Monitor, Ildefonso Ortiz, File)


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FILE - In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, Elva Navarro faces a justice of the peace at the Hidalgo County Jail in Edinburg, Texas. The South Texas woman was sentenced in December 2014 to three years in prison for the death of a customer injected with liquid silicone at the woman’s spa. The recent death of a Dallas woman who received illegal buttocks injections follows other fatal black-market procedures that highlight the popularity of cosmetic surgery. (AP Photo/The McAllen Monitor, Ildefonso Ortiz, File)

FILE – In this Nov. 26, 2013, file photo, Elva Navarro faces a justice of the peace at the Hidalgo County Jail in Edinburg, Texas. The particular South Texas woman was sentenced in December 2014 to three years within prison for the death of a consumer injected with liquid silicone on the woman’s spa. The recent passing away of a Dallas woman who obtained illegal buttocks injections follows additional fatal black-market procedures that highlight the popularity of cosmetic surgery. (AP Photo/The McAllen Monitor, Ildefonso Ortiz, File)

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