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Inside Edition 22 Nov 2020

These Kids' Lives Were Transformed by Plastic Surgery

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Baby Sloan was born with a non-cancerous tumor that was affecting her nerves and facial muscles. Her parents sought the help of a vascular surgeon to treat their little girl. In a series of procedures, Dr. Milton Waner removed the tumor. Dr. Waner also treated a little boy named Murphy who was born with a venous malformation on his lip. The procedure to remove the formation took two hours, and at the end of it, the doctor was able to report to Murphy's parents, "Everything went perfect."


Former Miss USA and "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Shannan Moakler is ready to undergo a plastic surgery makeover in the midst of a pandemic, and Inside Edition went along for the ride to see what it's like to go under the knife while we live under masks. Shanna got an ora lift for her face, and a lip lift to give her a fuller smile. She headed to plastic surgeon Dr. Ben Talei's office in Beverly Hills and went through a series of COVID-19 precautions before they began.
Two F-16 fighter jets were deployed to intercept and unidentified aircraft that had strayed into restricted airspace over President Trump's rally in Arizona. The president, thinking it was an airforce flyover to salute him, was bemused by the fighter jets. Trump then flew to Tampa, Florida, where Joe Biden was also holding a dueling event, fresh off a boost from Oprah on Wednesday. With less than a week until Election Day, both candidates are making their last appeals to voters in key states.
Witness the heart-pounding a moment a teen is pulled to safety after being lost at sea for 49 days. His raft drifted a thousand miles away and was saved by a passing craft. A young woman is rescued after getting lost in a California forest. Rescuers found a trail of her clothes and even her shoes, which led them to a creek bed where they found her famished but alive. She had survived on eating berries and fresh water. An 18-year-old survived the snowy woods after running out of gas. Rescuers found her after being stranded 5 days.
Modern reconstructive surgery owes a huge debt to a group of wounded warriors in World War II who called themselves the Guinea Pig Club. The group was comprised of over 600 Royal Air Force members who required facial reconstruction, using experimental techniques. Historian Dr. Emily Mayhew told Inside Edition Digital, "The Guinea Pig Club is one of the most fascinating veteran's organizations, I think anywhere in the world, in modern military history."

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