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Face Transplant Recipient Meets Donor Mother for First Time: Part 2
Former Mississippi firefighter Pat Hardison was given a new lease on life thanks to Nancy Millar's decision to donate her son's face.
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AP Exclusive: Twin tragedies give survivor a new face
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A Mother's Loss Gives Face, Organ Transplant Recipients New Lives: Part 1
You're about to witness an unforgettable encounter. Pat hartison, a firefighter badly bumped in the line of duty, endured the most extensive face transplant ever attempted. But his experimental surgery required a selfless act on the part of one remarkable mother. Over a year later Nancy Millar is
Face Transplant and Organ Recipients Meet Donor's Mother for the First Time
Nancy Millar paced nervously as she prepared to meet a man she had never seen before, but whose face she would already knew. “I’m going to try not to lose it,” she said, wiping away tears. The man was Pat Hardison, who underwent a groundbreaking face transplant last year, which was only made
The Moment Face Transplant Recipient Meets Donor's Mother
Pat Hardison received the most extensive face transplant ever performed last year thanks to David Rodebaugh's mother, Nancy Millar.
Burned Firefighter Feels Normal Again After Face Transplant
A Mississippi firefighter who received the world's most extensive face transplant after a burning building collapsed on him said Wednesday that he feels like "a normal guy" for the first time in 15 years.
How a Severely Burned Former Firefighter Is Doing 1 Year After Face Transplant Surgery
One year after undergoing the most extensive face transplant ever performed, which was covered by "Nightline" in an Emmy-nominated special edition , Pat Hardison continues to thrive. “I’m happy to tell you that I’m doing great!” Hardison, 42, said at a press conference at NYU Langone Medical Center