Face Transplant Patient, No Longer 'Living As A Recluse' After Surgery | TigerDroppings.com

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Face Transplant Patient, No Longer 'Living As A Recluse' After Surgery



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The 36-hour surgery required replacing both jaws, teeth, tongue, and skin and underlying nerve and muscle tissue from scalp to neck, the release said. "People used to stare at me because of my disfigurement," Norris said. "Now they can stare at me in amazement and in the transformation I have taken. I am now able to walk past people and no one even gives me a second look."


Can't wait for this:



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Norris was injured in a gun accident in 1997, according to NBC Washington. He lost much of his upper and lower jaws as well as his lips and nose.



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GEAUXT
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re: Face Transplant Patient, No Longer 'Living As A Recluse' After Surgery


that's cray





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Incredible





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re: Face Transplant Patient, No Longer 'Living As A Recluse' After Surgery


That's awesome.

Reminds me of the chick that got her face torn off by that chimpanzee. Charla Nash.



It's amazing some of the shite that we (and our technology) are capable of.






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Incredible







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Mullen3:16
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That is insane





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bunky
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He kind of looks like Alexander Ovechkin







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wow

dude looks normal as can be






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Impressive





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When in Rome
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This is a good picture to show the differences




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Good for him, whoever done that did a nice job.

Obviously he has make up on in the After shot none the less.






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That's remarkable. I hope this dude lives a great life.





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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Damn.

I wonder if it all functions normally






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Good for him. And props to the doctors, they did an incredible job.





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Norris was injured in a gun accident in 1997, according to NBC Washington. He lost much of his upper and lower jaws as well as his lips and nose.

A "gun accident"?






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SwatMitchell
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Good for him and his future!





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St Augustine
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happy for this guy...that's pretty awesome





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dtrack22
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Wonder why he didn't go to Canada or the UK to have this procedure done?





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He looks like Ethan from Lost







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