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A woman who confused deadly cancer for spots has used selfies to document her battle from a face-ravaging disease to smiling with a mouth implant Marisha Dotson, 28, from Knoxville in Tennessee, has lost her nose, parts of her jaw and eight teeth during her battle with squamous cell carcinoma.
Doctors gave her just a 20 per cent chance of survival when they discovered the aggressive form of skin cancer had spread from the small pimple on her nose.
The student counsellor went to her local health service who said they hadn't seen anything like it before and even suggested it could be acne.
Seeking help from a dermatologist, she was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma.