Why did the 101-year-old Chinese grandma start taking the horn out?
The 101-year-old Chinese grandmother’s ‘horn’ was on the left side of the forehead. The family didn’t care about it at first, but it was worried when the length reached 6 centimeters and it started to appear on the right.
Zhang Ruifang, who lives in the village of Lilou in Henan province, is not fully understood on his forehead. The feather, wool and fingernails of animals are made of keratin. These extensions can be seen in elderly people who have been exposed to the sun for a very long time, but not so long. The protrusions can sometimes be a symptom of cancer, but almost half of them are benign. Although the protrusions can be surgically removed, this intervention cannot eliminate the main cause. (The Daily Mail)