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The October operation at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital was the first successful double hand transplant ever done in New England.
Mangino, a married father of three grown sons and grandfather to two boys, lost all four limbs a decade earlier when sepsis, a dangerous infection, ravaged his body. The sepsis was the result of a misdiagnosed kidney stone.
Mangino's story has been widely reported, but the donor's widow, Jodi Lloyd, has not spoken publicly until now.
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