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His tragic accident behind him, New England's first face transplant patient tells of an arduous journey and a life renewed

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By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / May 21, 2009

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Since the subway accident that left him horribly burned, adults had screamed when seeing James Perry Maki's disfigured and noseless face. Children would recoil. (Full article: 1454 words)

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