Chimp Attack Victim Could be Candidate For Face Transplant

Nearly a month after her face was torn apart by her friend's 200-pound pet chimpanzee, Charla Nash continues to lay sedated in a hospital room with severe cosmetic and neurological issues. Doctors say it's too early to determine if the 55-year-old Connecticut woman would be a candidate for a face transplant surgery, a procedure recently performed for the first time in the U.S. at the Cleveland Clinic where Nash was transferred after the attack. Dr. Kevin Miller, a trauma surgeon at Stamford...Full Story
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