Print – Eman in The Age
The Age newspaper tells the story of Eman’s amazing transformation.
After an 8-year surgical journey ‘everything is good’
Publication: The Age
Publication Date: 8 June, 2012
Journalist: Kate Hagan
Photographer: Rebecca Hallas
EMAN Tabaza first came to Australia when she was eight for surgery to remove a bulging tumour behind her nose and forehead that left her feeling like an outcast at home in Gaza.
Craniofacial surgeon Tony Holmes led an eight-hour operation at the Royal Children’s Hospital in 2004 to remove the tumour and rebuild Eman’s face, giving her a new forehead and nose and moving her eye sockets closer together…
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