Double hand transplant allows amputee to continue his love of music

08/11/2014 | Huffington Post, The

Richard Mangino, a quadruple amputee who is the first successful double hand transplant patient at Brigham and Women's Hospital, is making strides in his quest to again enjoy music and is playing the piano almost three years after his surgery. The Massachusetts man, who is still regaining sensation in his hands, has also been drawing and composing music and can even play football with his grandchildren.

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