Nov 27, · One night last year she stood at the mirror in her family's home in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, making slashing motions with a knife, as if she wanted to cut the massive deformity out of her face. Aug 13, · In , Marlie Casseus was brought from Haiti to Miami to undergo a series of facial reconstructive surgeries that removed a massive tumor that covered most of her face.
Oct 06, · Marlie Casseus, seen here in September, center, suffers from a rare form of polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, a nonhereditary, genetic disease that causes bone to . Aug 13, · Even before the earthquake in Haiti, Marlie Casseus was having trouble breathing -- again. The pound tumor that had been removed in five charity-financed operations over five .
Sep 11, · Marlie, from Haiti, had her first surgery in when she was thirteen to remove the pound tumor that had taken over her face. She was near death when the Eugene sisters, twin nuns, helped find treatment for Marlie Casseus when the melon-size mass took away Marlie’s ability to speak, her sense of smell and nearly choked and blinded her. May 12, · In , Marlie Casseus of Port-au-Prince had a pound tumor removed from her face at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The year-old returned Thursday to .