Face Transplant: 'Resilience' Saw Woman Through

A shotgun blast shattered Connie Culp's face in September 2004, smashing her nose, cheek and jaw. It robbed her of the ability to see, smell, even to smile. The shot came from the gun of Thomas Culp, her husband. His failed attempt at a murder-suicide sent him to prison for seven years -- and left his wife struggling to survive. Watch "Good Morning America" Friday, May 8, for an exclusive interview with face transplant patient Connie Culp. Culp did survive, but while the damage to her...Full Story
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