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08/16/2001 01:08 PM ID: 9412 Permalink   

Horns growing from woman's head removed

 

Two seven-centimetre long horns growing out of a woman's head were removed by doctors in India. The 40-year-old still has two horns left.

According to doctors the abnormality is caused by unhygienic conditions and is not hereditary.

 
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  Eeeewww  
 
It has to be pretty dirty before horns start growing...
 
  by: pluto   08/17/2001 09:56 AM     
  haha  
 
what a goat.. maa,aa,aa,aa... lol
 
  by: hypermedian   08/17/2001 03:56 PM     
  Where's the pictures!!! :)  
 
I expect to see some graphic pictures (or at least some links) when i look at a news item like this.
All for the sake of jouralism and scientific research of course ;)
 
  by: SmileyChris   08/21/2001 02:41 AM     
  @ smileychris  
 
i agree for once.
can anyone actually substantiate this story wth a link to some pictures?
 
  by: cameron     08/21/2001 10:19 AM     
 
 
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