Entertainment Death of Connie Culp, an American woman with a face transplant twelve years ago

09:30  02 august  2020
09:30  02 august  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Connie Culp , the first US recipient of a partial face transplant , has died at age 57, according to Ohio's Cleveland Clinic, where she underwent the delicate operation nearly 12 years ago . The health center listed no cause of death in its tweet on Friday, quoting one of her doctors, Frank Papay, as saying

Connie Culp , the first partial face transplant recipient in the United States, is being described as a "great pioneer" after her death this week. Connie Culp is being described as a "great pioneer" for undergoing many operations to rebuild her face after she was shot. (AP: Jason Miller).

Connie Culp est la personne ayant vécu le plus longtemps avec une greffe du visage. © SIPA / Rex / Cleveland Clinic Connie Culp is the person who has lived the longest with a face transplant.

Connie Culp had been disfigured by a bullet fired by her husband in 2004. She survived the attempted murder but lost her nose, eye, palate and cheeks. Four years later, she became the first American to receive a face transplant. She died at the age of 57, the Cleveland hospital where she was cared for on Friday announced.

“I remember the moment he pointed his gun at me. I remember what he told me. I remember the moment the blow went off. […] I haven't forgotten anything, ”she confided to Paris Match in 2011. The operation of December 2008, the one that allowed her to come back to life, lasted twenty-two hours and affected 80% of her face. .

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Connie Culp , the Ohio woman who became the first recipient of a partial face transplant after surviving a botched murder-suicide attempt, died Thursday at the age of 57. Culp ’s cause of death has yet to be revealed, but her passing was confirmed by the Cleveland Clinic’s Dermatology and Plastic

Connie Culp , the Ohio woman who made international headlines when she received the nation’s first near-total face transplant , has died. “She was a great pioneer and her decision to undergo a sometimes-daunting procedure is an enduring gift for all of humanity.” Her cause and day of death

“We are sad to have lost Connie Culp, the first face transplant recipient in the United States. She was an inspiration to everyone here at the Cleveland Clinic, ”the Ohio facility in the northern United States tweeted on Friday.

We are saddened by the loss of Connie Culp, the first face transplant recipient in the U.S.

She was an inspiration to all of us at Cleveland Clinic. pic.twitter.com/gvuJCzf7Jd

- ClevelandClinicNews (@CleClinicNews) July 31, 2020

The 50-something had become the person who lived the longest with a face transplant, said in a statement Dr. Frank Papay, who supervises the hospital's dermatology and cosmetic surgery department.

The first face transplant took place in France

The first face transplant in the world took place on November 27, 2005 in France. Isabelle Dinoire, disfigured by her dog, had received a nose-lip-chin transplant. She succumbed in April 2016 to a recurrence of a rare malignant tumor, not apparently related to her anti-rejection treatment.

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On April 13, 2006, a two-thirds face transplant was performed in China on a farmer attacked by a bear. He had died in July 2008 after switching from anti-rejection drugs to traditional herbal medicines.

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