Marlie Casseus, a Haitian woman who had a 16-pound tumor removed from her face 10 years ago at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 2005. She is visiting Jackson to say thanks. Thu., May 12, 2016 By More.
Marlie Mychele Casseus (born July 7, 1992) is a Haitian woman who attracted national and international media attention when she received surgery to remove a 7-kg (18-pound) growth from her face that threatened her ability to eat, hear, breathe and see.
Aug 13, 2010 · (CBS/WFOR) After having an 18-pound tumor removed from her face and losing family members in the Haitian earthquake, one brave teen is not giving up. In 2005, Marlie Casseus was brought from Haiti Author: Neil Katz.
A New Face for Marlie Casseus (Photos and Video) 16-year-old Marlie Casseus has undergone four surgeries to remove an 18-pound tumor that covered almost her .
Sep 11, 2009 · And today, I received an advanced copy of Marlie’s update that will air this Sunday night on TLC. I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to watch Marlie’s New Face: Four Years Later. Marlie, from Haiti, had her first surgery in 2005 when she was thirteen to remove the 16-pound tumor that had taken over her face.