An Indian teenager can smile for the first time in 14 years after doctors removed a 2.8kg tumour from her face.
The lump had been growing on 16-year-old Pinki Kum
ari's cheek since she was two-and-a-half, rendering her a social outcast and forcing her to drop out of school.
After two surgeries failed, her impoverished family took her to experts who discovered the tumour was growing on her jaw and removed the bone entirely, replacing it with an artificial one.
'The doctors have just not given me a new face, they have given me a new life,' said Pinki, who can now pursue her dream of becoming a beautician..
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