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In a video posted on YouTube on Tuesday, the family of Dr. John Pecchi, who was a renowned facial pain specialist, said the man who worked with them has died.

“He is not with us,” Dr. Pecchis daughter, Liana, said in the video.

“My dad is not here.”

Liana Pecchio, the daughter of Dr John Pecochi, says she’s praying for her father.

“He is dead.

I pray for him,” she said.

In the video, Lianas father says he had no clue how serious facial nerve injury was, and said he’s praying that it doesn’t continue to be a problem.

“When it happened to my dad, I thought it was a minor injury, I was scared of it, but it was so serious, and I didn’t know what to do,” Dr Peccho said.

“I was in a situation where I was in this position where I didn`t know what was going to happen to me.

I was going in and out of pain.”

Dr. Pecocho was born in Germany and moved to the United States with his family in 1963.

He worked for the Mayo Clinic for 15 years, including 20 years as an internist and two years as a physician.

He was inducted into the American Academy of Facial Pain Physicians Hall of Fame in 2012.

“John Pecchu was a legend, a legend of pain,” Dr Paul Mancuso, the president of the Facial Neural Pain Society, said.

“His reputation is unparalleled.

He would be the first to admit that his work was groundbreaking, and that was before he went on to become one of the most respected and influential pain specialists in the world.”

Dr Pecochis death comes after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning in May about the increased prevalence of facial and facial neural injuries.

The warning from the agency said there was evidence that facial nerve injuries were more common than previously believed.

In April, Dr Pecoche was diagnosed with a new form of facial pain called facial nerve fatigue, which is characterized by weakness and a feeling of being tired and cold.

It can be severe and disabling.

“There is a high risk that this disease may progress and result in disability,” the CDC said.

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