Chris Stockmann.

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A serious infection when he was 2 years old forced doctors to amputate both his ft and hands. ‘I don’t know just what a child’s hands appear to be,’ he said in the documentary about the task. He walks with the help of prosthetics, but for his hands, doctors at the Children’s Medical center of Philadelphia made a decision to try something they had never done before with a kid: a double hands transplant. ‘I believe the difficulty is selecting a family which has the courage to relinquish the arms of a child who simply died, and present hope and lifestyle and quality of life to a kid who’s still living,’ stated the hospital’s transplant plan director, Dr.