(AP) -- A Michigan man who became the nation's third successful hand transplant recipient expects his new right hand to get a workout holding a fishing rod once he returns home. David Savage, an auto-parts plant supervisor from Bay City, Mich., will go home Saturday to continue his painstaking therapy following his 15-hour surgery Nov. 29 at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. The nation's first two hand transplant recipients underwent surgery at the same hospital.
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