Brain tumour survivor who was left with a 'resting b**** face' is finally able to smile for the first time in 14 YEARS after life-changing surgery

A brain tumour survivor who was left with facial paralysis is smiling for the first time in 14 years after a life-changing operation.
Amanda Moss, 28, was found to have a walnut-sized mass in her head during an MRI scan when she was just 14-years-old.
A life-saving operation to remove the small growth caused long-term damage and left her deaf and unable to move one side of her face.
It meant she couldn't smile symmetrically and often caused her to be treated differently because people couldn't understand her emotions.
But last year, she underwent two operations where nerves were... read more

17 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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