how unfortunate and fortunate for Shreya
Seya Shriddanagowda She almost sounds like a human chameleon. I wonder why they don’t always do limb transplants like with the guy who wrote the book 127 Hours.
I like Johnny Cashing better than geocaching. My niece and nephew used to do that.
Take care and may God bless.
A geocache is a little box of dirt.
Just another example of how incredible the human body really is!
What’s next a pokemon hiding where only astronauts can find it? Just how much does this non-science stuff cost the taxpayer?
If those limbs are functional, that’s remarkable! Nerve regeneration is the hardest part of the transplant procedure.
…or a stunted growth, adult male elephant.
That Geocache on the ISS is a travel bug.https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC1BE91_international-space-station
How would someone lose their forearms without losing their hands?
Just Googled Shreya’s story. Truly amazing & uplifting in every aspect including the actual surgery involved .
Yes, while reading of transplants I learned that the donor’s cells are gradually replaced by the recipient’s. Even heart transplants, if they live long enough.
Take care and gesundheit.
I see a whole lot of Tacos de Lengua from that whale!
I would think that a geocache on a space station should be named an “astrocache”.
Jerry Seinfeld thought that a woman with manly hands was like something out of a Greek myth.