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Face Transplant Patient With Depression Shares Remarkable Recovery Story

“I hope to get back to work soon, too, and someday start a family.”

The story of Cameron Underwood might sound like a tale from a fictional book but it actually happened in real life. The young man tried to take his own life two years ago. However, he survived although most of his face was blown away. Now, after a successful face transplant, Cam is ready to share his amazing recovery story.

Cam’s remarkable journey started when he suffered from depression two years ago. The troubled young man tried to take his own life in an effort to end his suffering. Miraculously, Cam survived the blast that was supposed to end his life. Unfortunately, the incident also damaged his entire face, leaving only his forehead, eyeballs, and tongue intact.

Cam and surgeon Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez before the grueling 25-hour operation.

The incident left Cam scarred on the inside as well. He was unable to eat solid food and was ashamed of his appearance. However, things changed when he underwent multiple operations for a stunning face transplant. Since then, Cam’s life has changed for the better.

“I have a nose and a mouth again, so I’m able to smile, speak, and eat solid foods. I also don’t get as many stares or questions from strangers. Even though I’m still recovering and gaining back some sensation and mobility, I’m so happy with the results.

“I’ve been able to get back to many of the activities I love, like being outdoors, playing sports, and spending time with my family. I hope to get back to work soon, too, and someday start a family.”

Will Fisher, Cam’s donor.

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Cam’s new face comes from a donor named Will Fisher, who battled mental illness. Needless to say, Cam is truly grateful that Will’s face has given him a new lease in life.

“Will and his family made an incredible sacrifice to give back to me what had been lost. I will never forget that. I’m also eternally grateful to Dr. Rodriguez and his face transplant team.

“I want Sally and her family to know how much my family and I appreciate their gift and that I will always honor Will’s legacy.”

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Woman Asked How To Deal With Not Being ‘Pretty’ And A Man Had The Perfect Response

It just goes to show that sometimes a woman would find genuinely good advice in the most unlikely places – from a man.

Some women can feel very insecure, there will be times that they just don’t know how to deal with it anymore. One woman took to social media to share her feelings about not being pretty.

She shared a heartbreaking entry on Reddit, opening up about her struggles with self-confidence. She titled the post, "Ladies, how do you deal with not being pretty?" Fortunately, one male Reddit user gave her some genuinely impressive and important advice.


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Well done, PO2 Ryan Ocampo!

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Although the young mother was able to take her son to the doctor, she didn’t have money to buy the prescribed medicines to make the boy’s condition better. Desperation left the mom with no choice but to cry her worries out. Fortunately, one cop witnessed the whole thing and did something beyond his duty.


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Man Loses Wallet on Plane, Gets it Back Home with a Little Extra Gift

Should I lose my wallet and see what happens?


Honesty and kindness is now a rare gift but just like chivalry, it still doesn't seem quite dead yet! Here's one more example, this time set in a plane and disguised as a travelling mishap. This one comes with a pleasantly surprising twist that will surely make your day!

The story shared by Jeannie Shamatt on Facebook started with a plane trip from Omaha to Denver. The trip was taken with her 20-year-old son Hunter, who lost his wallet in-flight. The loss, which was not discovered until much later, turned out to be an inspiring story of hope and kindness.


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