Quadruple amputee adapts to hand transplant

07/3/2014 | NineMSN (Australia)

Australian plumber Peter Walsh lost his hands and legs to pneumococcal sepsis in 2006 and received a hand transplant in 2011 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne. Today, Walsh can perform a variety of basic tasks, among them attaching his prosthetic legs. "I almost forget I had no hands now," he said.

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