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Face Transplant / Tarleton #1045418

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 05, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Remarks from face transplant recipient Carmen Tarleton† 3 months after her surgery noted. [TARLETON – says others need not give up on healing themselves when tragedy strikes.]

(No location given: Elizabeth Cohen) The story of Tarleton’s life after her husband threw lye on her face in 2007 presented; photos shown of her before and after the chemical attack and after her surgery. [Plastic surgery director Dr. Bohdan POMAHAC†- says he had never seen a burn like that.] [TARLETON – reacts to having a face with no scars; says new boyfriend Sheldon Stein† was able to see her through her scars.] [STEIN – says he sees an incredible woman.] Tarleton’s explanation about forgiving her ex-husband noted.

Lemon, Don;
Cohen, Elizabeth

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