Saving Faces SEND Study Publication Interview with Prof Iain Hutchison – BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, 24 October 2019

Listen to Prof Iain Hutchison on BBC Radio 4 The Today Programme with Sarah Smith discussing the ground breaking results of the SEND study, funded by Cancer Research UK, Elliott Bernerd and Saving Faces.

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Preventing Domestic Violence – The Hippocratic Post , 18 January 2018

“Some of the most terrible facial injuries I have ever had to deal with have been due to domestic violence. What starts with a slap and an apology can quickly escalate until a woman is regularly being injured, sometimes at risk to her life. I’ll never forget one woman who was brought into theatre with stab wounds covering her face and neck as well as her abdomen. She died of blood loss.”

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The Woman With No Face featuring Tambu Makinzi – Channel 5 & Netflix, 14 September 2015

Tambu Makinzi before and after her diagnosis of a rare form of bone cancer, chondrosacoma

Tambu Makinzi is a 27 year old mum of one from Zimbabwe and lives in Cape Town South Africa. She has been diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer called chondrosacoma. This cancer caused the cartilage in her face to grow out of control, which also caused her to lose sight in one eye. A new documentary about her struggle airs tonight (Monday 14th September 2015) at 10pm on Channel 5.

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