Woman thanks surgeons who changed her life

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Woman thanks surgeons who changed her life

Much of Deanna Jones' life was plagued by years of pain and weekly visits to A and E. She suffers from EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes) - a rare genetic disorder which affects the body's connective tissue, and has no recognised treatment.
But now she's been given a new lease of life after being the first person with her condition to have part of her jaw bone surgically removed. 

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