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Recipient of most extensive face transplant "thriving"

Patrick Hardison is "thriving"  one year after the most extensive face transplant ever performed. From left to right, Hardison before surgery, five months after surgery, and one year after surgery. PHOTO CREDIT: NYU Langone Medical Center
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