In this Feb. 6, 2006 file photo, Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received the world’s first partial face transplant with a new nose, chin and mouth, in an operation on Nov. 27, 2005, addresses reporters during her first press conference since the transplant at the Amiens hospital, northern France. The 38-year-old woman was mauled by a dog, leaving her with severe facial injuries that her doctors said made it difficult for her to speak and eat. Dinoire has died, 11 years after surgery that set the stage for dozens of other transplants around the world.
In this Feb. 6, 2006 file photo, Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received the world’s first partial face transplant with a new nose, chin and mouth, in an operation on Nov. 27, 2005, addresses reporters during her first press conference since the transplant at the Amiens hospital, northern France. The 38-year-old woman was mauled by a dog, leaving her with severe facial injuries that her doctors said made it difficult for her to speak and eat. Dinoire has died, 11 years after surgery that set the stage for dozens of other transplants around the world. Michel Spingler AP
In this Feb. 6, 2006 file photo, Isabelle Dinoire, the woman who received the world’s first partial face transplant with a new nose, chin and mouth, in an operation on Nov. 27, 2005, addresses reporters during her first press conference since the transplant at the Amiens hospital, northern France. The 38-year-old woman was mauled by a dog, leaving her with severe facial injuries that her doctors said made it difficult for her to speak and eat. Dinoire has died, 11 years after surgery that set the stage for dozens of other transplants around the world. Michel Spingler AP
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