Children's Doctors Save Girl's Face From Across the World November 15, 2012

The Washington Post's John Kelly profiled a young girl from Iceland who was treated at Children's National by Albert Oh, MD, director of fellowship for craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgery. Dr. Oh was able to remove a possibly life-threatening nevus from the face of an energetic 6-year-old.

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