Broadside: Supporting violence victims

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March 6, 2013, 7:00 pm
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(NECN) -  Last week, doctors at Brigham and Women's Hospital announced the fifth face transplant performed by Brigham surgeons. Carmen Tarleton was the recipient. Doctors say she is recovering after the hospital's most complex face transplant surgery so far.

Director of Brigham and Women's Health Equity Program Neil Maniar and Director of Violence Intervention and Prevention Programs Mardi Chadwick discuss helping domestic violence victims lead new lives.

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