A team of top UK surgeons saved the life of eight-year-old Trinny Amuhirwe after removing a football-sized bone cancer tumour from her face. The schoolgirl could have been suffocated to death by the two kilogram tumour, which covered her eye, nose and face. But now she can smile again after a 15-hour long operation to remove the bone cancer tumour, lead by surgeon Niall Kirkpatrick, at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. UK charity Facing the World organised the mammoth life-saving surgery to remove the bone cancer tumour, flying Trinny from her home in Uganda to the UK with mum Sarah, 30.
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