The Doctors met Libby last season whose body was covered in small tumors due to the condition neurofibromatosis. Plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Ordon and Dr. Ritu Chopra helped change her life.
Libby has new confidence after the removal of her neurofibromatosis skin tumors. Check out the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for her.
After spending her life covered with tumors due to a condition called neurofibromatosis type 1, Libby returns to The Doctors to share her amazing transformation.
Libby spent her life covered with tumors due to a condition called neurofibromatosis type 1 – has The Doctors’ intervention made a difference for her?
Libby was born with a rare genetic disorder called neurofibromatosis that has caused tumors to pop up all over her entire body.
Libby and her daughter Lindsey join The Doctors to discuss Libby’s rare genetic disorder that covers her body in small tumors. Libby has started a Facebook group trying to bring others living with neurofibromatosis together.
For Libby simply showing her face in public is beyond difficult, but she’s bravely come to The Doctors to help educate the world about the condition that has caused tumors to cover her entire body.
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Sarah, 17, has neurofibromatosis or NF, a genetic disorder that has caused a large tumor to grow on the right side of her face. Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explains what causes Sarah's condition.
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