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(MSNBC)   Doctor gives woman a hand ... two, actually   (today.msnbc.msn.com) divider line
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2009-02-12 7:28:15 PM  
How is that possible? I'm stumped.
 
2009-02-12 7:30:47 PM  
FTFA: While the surgery will be free, if she is accepted, Mues will have to move to Pittsburgh and live there for as long as a year...

Sorry, dealbreaker.
 
2009-02-12 8:02:49 PM  
If her immune system rejects the transplants she could lose a portion of what she had before the procedure-which isn't much. She's managing to live without them now, why not wait until we're medically advanced enough to do the operation without so much risk?
 
2009-02-12 8:32:48 PM  
I don't see a problem with performing a relatively untested procedure if she's cool with it - after all, how else are surgeries like this gonna be tested? Medical advances generally come in small steps. I do hear the anti-rejection drugs can really suck, though...
 
2009-02-12 8:44:33 PM  
Mae Young?
 
2009-02-12 8:45:04 PM  
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2009-02-12 9:08:23 PM  
Wow, now she can give me a hand
 
2009-02-12 9:10:45 PM  
job
 
2009-02-12 11:16:09 PM  
Wasn't there a guy in China who got a hand transplant, then later had it cut off again because his wife said it felt like being touched by a dead person?

Or was that a penis transplant?
 
2009-02-14 12:30:02 AM  
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