Man in China grows nose on his forehead

Man in China grows nose on his forehead

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A Chinese man whose nose was damaged in a car accident will be getting a new one - from his forehead.

Doctors used skin and cartilage from the man's ribs to assemble the new nose. Once the new rose is ready the doctors will move it into place.

It's taken about 9 months for the new nose to grow the new nose. Doctor's say the 22-year-old should live a completely normal life once the procedure is finished.

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