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What Doctors Can Do Now. And They’re Just Getting Started

You see a story like this and just shake your head in amazement. The world’s first double amputee hand transplant recipient is playing the piano again.This story is about Richard Mangino. He’s a man who lost his four limbs (hands and feet) to an infection 12 years ago. But after hand transplant surgery 3 years ago, he’s started playing the piano again. And tossing the football with his grandkids.

 

Now I know the answer to this. If they can accomplish this, why not cancer? Well, this is physical and is sort of like working with a schematic diagram, whereas cancer is still pretty much a mystery. But one of these days.

 

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