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(Beaumont Children's Hospital)
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Caption: Charlotte Ponce, 11, was just 3 months old when her biological parents' pet raccoon mauled her face, leaving her without a nose and an ear. Now, doctors have built her a new ear out of cartilage from her ribcage and placed it inside her forearm to grow. Read more about Charlotte here.
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