French man becomes first to recieve two consecutive facial transplants


Jerôme Hamon, 43, has left hospital for the first time since the groundbreaking surgery in a Paris hospital after receiving his second face graft following a genetic disorder that caused disfiguring tumours on his face, and an immune system rejection of his first transplant.

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A Frenchman has become the first person in history to undergo two full face transplants, reports The Independent.