Baltimore eight-year-old becomes the world's youngest double hand transplant recipient

Zion Harvey lost both of his hands and feet at the age of two after they became infected with gangrene. Zion received the new hands earlier this month at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. A 40-person medical team used steel plates and screws to attach the old and new bones. Surgeons then delicately reconnected arteries, veins, muscles, tendons and nerves.

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