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** FILE ** Undated photos provided Aug. 11, 2011, by Brigham and Women’s Hospital show chimpanzee attack victim Charla Nash after the attack (left) and post-face transplant surgery (right). Nash, 57, was mauled by the chimpanzee in 2009 and received the transplant in May 2011 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Massachusetts. (Associated Press/Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Lightchaser Photography)

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