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California hand-transplant patient talks about procedure and adjusting to life

Emily Fennell lost her right hand after it was crushed in a roll-over car accident five years ago. But last month she underwent a 14-hour hand-transplant surgery at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. In this video, Fennell talks about the emotional experience of receiving the life-changing surgery and UCLA medical staff explain this experimental procedure.

Via UCLA Medical Center

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