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In November, two surgeons in Texas began treating an Irish woman who had lost all her hair to cancer.
The two surgeons, Dr. Michael Murphy and Dr. Brian Hagan, decided to cut off her hair because they were worried her cancer would return, reports WFAA.
However, they found out the hair was actually growing back.
In February, the doctors were approached by the Irish government who asked them to give up the Irish woman’s hair.
The Irish government told the surgeons to let the hair grow and they have since cut off all her remaining hair.
Dr. Murphy said in an interview with ABC News that the procedure has saved the woman’s life and helped her regain her hair, reports the Dallas Morning News.
Murphy and Hagan are both board members of the Irish Hair Foundation, which is a nonprofit group that works to help Irish women gain access to a hair transplant.
The organization has also given $10,000 to the Irish Women’s Hair Coalition, which helps Irish women obtain hair transplants.
As of now, the Irish hair transplant surgery has been completed, reports NBC News.