Stroke survivor is first in the UK to have facial reanimation surgery


A woman has become the first facial reanimation surgery patient after waking up with terrifying face paralysis following brain tumour surgery.

Sammy Taylor, who is now 28, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, was 25 when she woke up with half of her face frozen following brain tumour removal surgery.

The writer and entrepreneur, now ‘has her life back after becoming the UK’s first facial reanimation surgery patient.

Sammy Taylor, who is now 28, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (pictured on holiday), has made an incredible recovery after suffering a stroke during brain surgery. Having learned to walk again, she  has her own business and has completed a 10K run

Sammy Taylor, who is now 28, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire (pictured on…



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