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Nation May 04Public support for marijuana is growing. Will lawmakers follow?
By Jasmine Wright
To treat it, Jackson's doctors took some of her own fatty tissue to plug the leak — a small hole between her skull and nostrils, according to KETV.
Christie Barnes, a rhinologist at Nebraska Medicine, helped perform surgery on Jackson a few weeks ago.
"We go through the nostrils, through the nose," Barnes told KETV. "We use angled cameras, angled instruments to get us up to where we need to go."
Jackson had a follow-up appointment with her doctors on Friday.
"I don't have to carry around the tissue anymore," Jackson told KETV, "and I'm getting some sleep."