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Double arm transplant for quadruple amputee a success


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Day 39 2011

My daughter brought home chopsticks yesterday. Does anybody know what the symbols (presumably Chinese) mean?

Double arm transplant for quadruple amputee a success
But he said patients have learned to tie shoes, use chopsticks and put their hair in a ponytail. Aside from the physical outcome, ''I think it also has additional advantage for the patient to be restored whole,'' he said. ''Once they're transplanted …
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Armless Woman Conquers the Unthinkable
Putting in contacts, eating with chopsticks, and even using nunchucks all seem like unlikely tasks for Jessica, but she does them all, just with her toes. Defying all odds, Jessica took to the skies and was named the first armless person in the world …
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