Surgery to Reconstruct Boy's Deformed Skull

Doctors were successful in re-shaping the deformed skull of Liu Jing, a 9-year-old Chinese boy:

A combo picture shows Liu Jing before and after a surgery to reconstruct his deformed skull at a hospital in Xiamen, East China's Fujian Province, August 2, 2007. Liu Jing, 9, suffering from hydrocephalus at his birth and later the deformed skull, received a 13-hour surgery on July 15, 2007 and is in stable situation now, Xinhua said.

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Maybe this boy was brought to Earth "to serve man"... he's highly evolved, and knows where the best delicacies in the universe lie.
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