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George Ashman was born with a large birthmark on his forehead.
To get rid of it, doctors inserted a 5-year-old child subcutaneous implants, which in a few months stretched normal skin. Subsequently, the horns were removed, cut birthmark, and the skin on his forehead contracted. As a result, the boy was only hardly detectable scar on his forehead.


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