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A 625lb Mother Who Finally Ate Herself To Death

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Dec. 6 2012, Published 4:25 a.m. ET

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A 625lb Mother Who Finally Ate Herself To Death

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1. U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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1. U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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1. U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

U.S. resident Dominique Lanoise, who weighs 500 pounds (226 kg), speaks with residents at her provisional home in Boca Chica June 9, 2010.

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2. Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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2. Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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2. Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise, who landed in Port-au-Prince to visit her grandmother in November 2009, has been waiting for her flight back to Miami for about 6 months, after delays and being denied travel by international airlines due to her weight issues.

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3. Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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3. Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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3. Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz/Landov

Lanoise has been living in the Dominican Republic since February 2010, and will be transported back to Miami by a military flight early Thursday after one of her daughters died in Miami 15 days ago, local media reported.

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4. She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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Source: Seth Poppel Yearbook Library

She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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4. She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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Source: Seth Poppel Yearbook Library

She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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4. She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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Source: Seth Poppel Yearbook Library

She died in March 2012, after being given less than a year to live by doctor's who had been waiting to give her potentially life-saving stomach surgery.

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