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New Hands Mean He Can 'Pick Up' Little Sister, 'Spin Her Around'

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Eight-year-old Zion Harvey, the first child in the world to receive a bilateral hand transplant at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, tells NBC News’ Rehema Ellis he can’t wait for his little sister to run into his news hands so he can pick her up and spin her around.