Michel de Montaigne in encountered a child conjoined to the half-torso, arms and legs of an undeveloped twin what we would now call a parasitic twin , displayed by its father for money. But perhaps this wasn't my wisest move. Esquire magazine put a soldier missing both legs and an arm on its cover in , and in featured inside a straight-on photograph of the film critic Roger Ebert with most of his lower jaw removed because of salivary gland cancer. The content is produced solely by Mosaic, and we will be posting some of its most thought-provoking work.
A CT scan is taken of his left ear. In South Africa, the message of facial equality is very easy for them to pick up. I attracted kindred spirits, like a man who also had scars from years of medical treatment. All these things had been forbidden to me.