Experimental Face Transplant
This week in France, there was a woman who received the very first experimental face transplant. It was a success, and now the woman is looking foward to starting a new life. Technology and doctors who are willing to go to the untouched areas of science make the world what it is today. Was this transplant the right thing to do for this woman, or are doctors just taking the 'medical miracles' too far? Should these types of experimental procedures be allowed to take place if there is a possibility of the person living a normal life? Think of all the possibilities doctors could give us if we just let them. Is there a point where doctors should leave things to fate, or is it justifiable for them to try these experimental operations in order to make someone's life better?
The link below is the complete story of the woman who received the first ever partial face transplant. Read it and comment on how you feel about it. It may not seem interesting, but there is a video to go along with it, and I encourage you to watch the video if you can.