Dr. Bohdan Pomahac

<i>The Doctors</i>’ Exclusive: Carmen Tarleton first appeared on <i>The Doctors</i> after surviving a brutal attack that left her face severely disfigured. Now, after a 15-hour face-transplant, she reveals her amazing transformation to the world!

In June 2007, Carmen Tarleton, a registered nurse and mother of two, barely survived a brutal domestic assault that left her with extensive injuries and severe disfigurements. In February 2013, Carmen became the fifth person in the U.S. to receive a...

In June of 2007, Carmen Tarleton, a registered nurse and mother of two, barely survived a brutal domestic assault that left her with extensive injuries and severe disfigurements. Carmen became the fifth person in the U.S. to receive a full-face...

In June of 2007, Carmen Tarleton, a registered nurse and mother of two, barely survived a brutal domestic assault that left her with extensive injuries and severe disfigurements. Carmen became the fifth person in the U.S. to receive a full-face...

In June of 2007, Carmen Tarleton, a registered nurse and mother of two, barely survived a brutal domestic assault that left her with extensive injuries and severe disfigurements. Carmen became the fifth person in the U.S. to receive a full-face...

If life as you know it suddenly shattered, how would you pick up the pieces? In 2007, a brutal attack destroyed Carmen’s body and nearly took her life. Four years later, she joins <i>The Doctors</i> to share her extraordinary story.

Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, director of plastic surgery transplantation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, explains how a breakthrough face transplant can help dramatically improve Carmen’s life.