Zion Harvey ‘inspires,’ gets first pediatric double hand transplant
A few weeks ago, 8-year-old Zion Harvey became the first child ever to receive a double hand transplant. NBC’s Rehema Ellis reports how the medical miracle has changed the life a boy whose hands and feet were amputated after developed a life-threatening infection at age 2, and Zion and his surgeons talk about how his hope for new hands came true.
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