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News Source: Metro.co.uk

Man undergoes double hand transplant in ‘world first’ for scleroderma patient

Steven Gallagher's hands were left unusable after he contracted the disease 13 years ago. go to Article >

Man receives double hand transplant in ‘world first’ for scleroderma patients

39 Days ago News Source: Independent.co.uk

Steven Gallagher, whose hands were left unusable by scleroderma, has been given a new lease of life after what is believed to be the world’s first double hand transplant. read more

Man has double hand transplant in ‘world first’ for scleroderma patient

39 Days ago News Source: Walesonline.co.uk

New lease of life for 48-year-old man read more

Man has double hand transplant in ‘world first’ for scleroderma patient

39 Days ago News Source: Independent.co.uk

Steven Gallagher, from Ayrshire, is recovering after having the operation in Leeds. read more

Man has double hand transplant in ‘world first’ for scleroderma patient

40 Days ago News Source: Independent.co.uk

Steven Gallagher, from Ayrshire, is recovering after having the operation in Leeds. read more

NHS performs world’s first double hand transplant for scleroderma

39 Days ago News Source: Theguardian.com

Roof tiler whose hands were left unusable by autoimmune disease says surgery gave him ‘new lease of life’A roof tiler whose hands were left unusable by an autoimmune disease has told of his joy after NHS surgeons successfully performed the world’s... read more