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Dr Rodrigo Salazar from Paulista University in Sao Paulo, Brazil, performed the procedure on Carlito Conceiçao, after a tumour ravaged a hole in his cheek.
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David Dow, from North Carolina, had a massive stroke at the age of ten. Brother Dr Mike Dow, a psychotherapist, wrote a book with David about recovery. It was caused by Moyamoya disease.
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Anne Hathaway showed off toned upper arms on the red carpet after losing her baby weight from last year. The actress is a fan of hot Bikram yoga and often dances for 90 minutes a day.
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Mrs M North from Dronfield, Derbyshire, suffers from rosacea, a common skin condition that mainly affects the cheeks and nose. We don't know exactly what causes rosacea.
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A World Health Organization (WHO) announcement, Bill Gates' reaction, and PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases celebrates its tenth anniversary.
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