Face transplant may be only way to restore speech


By Andy Coghlan THE race to be the first to conduct a partial face transplant was won in the end by a French team, ahead of rivals in the US and the UK. But were the surgeons right to give 38-year-old Isabelle Dinoire a triangular flap of facial tissue containing the nose, lips and chin of a dead woman? Dinoire, who had been savaged by her dog, was obviously grateful, thanking her surgeons after waking from the 4-hour operation at a hospital in Amiens on 27 November. But some doctors and medical ethicists have questioned whether the team,
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