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CARMEN TARLETON

MANCHESTER — A woman who was severely burned in a domestic violence attack in Vermont is hoping for a second face transplant after doctors recently...

Carmen Tarleton is grateful to have regained some of her eyesight after surgery in Boston last month — even if there are limitations and no...

Carmen Tarleton had been doing remarkably well.The 50-year-old former Thetford resident, who suffered disfiguring burns and a loss of vision in a...

Carmen Tarleton regularly shares, through the spoken word, her journey back from a near-fatal attack by her estranged husband in 2007. Last winter,...

Waterbury, Vt. — The ex-husband of Carmen Tarleton, who doused her with industrial-strength lye in a horrific case of domestic abuse, has...

White River Junction — As she approached the altar at the United Methodist Church of White River Junction, Carmen Tarleton was greeted with a hug...



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