One of the first people in the UK to have received a double hand transplant has regained nearly all function in her hands and is able to wrap up Christmas presents two years on.
Cor Hutton, 50, became the first person in Scotland and only the third in the UK to successfully have the procedure in 2019.
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- Daisy, her English teacher made a rule for the spelling tests that any child who doesn't get at least 60% correct spellings would have to copy each word fifty times for next week's spelling test. Seema, who sat next to Stuti always struggled in spellings.
She had received the transplant after having her hands and feet amputated in 2013 when she suffered a nearly fatal bout of acute pneumonia and sepsis.
On the second anniversary of her operation, Ms Hutton said she feels 'very lucky' and that her progress has been 'phenomenal'.
Two months ago she was told she had regained 90% function in her hands - trumping her medical team's aim of gaining 75%.
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Patients whose hands have been reattached can continue to show improvement up to a decade later, so she said she has 'a lot of faith there's more to come'.
Ms Hutton, from Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, said her touch and feel is slowly returning and has meant she was able to wrap presents properly for the first time again at Christmas.
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She said: 'Christmas was big time for learning - using a Sellotape dispenser and using scissors - this year I was actually wrapping presents and tying bows rather than just putting them in bags with tissue paper...
'It's just the things that other people would take for granted. Little things like that, they just give me a wee thrill and that's still happening quite a lot.'
However, Ms Hutton has felt some guilt about the donor and their family.
'I'll always be aware of that - while I'm celebrating, someone else's heart is breaking,' she said.
'It makes me think of how brave that family were to make the decision they made and give me the chance I got.'
The 50-year-old has been in touch with the donor's family, who said the hands are now hers.
'I know they are mine but I will never take that for granted and I'll never disrespect where they came from,' Ms Hutton added.
Everyone knew that Stuti was the best speller in the whole class. She could spell difficult words like 'encyclopedia' and 'amendment' very easily. She used to get perfect scores during each weekly spelling test.
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Ms. Daisy, her English teacher made a rule for the spelling tests that any child who doesn't get at least 60% correct spellings would have to copy each word fifty times for next week's spelling test. Seema, who sat next to Stuti always struggled in spellings. Last Thursday, she received 56 percent which meant copying each word fifty times.
Stuti was so confident in her spelling abilities that she had felt and decided not to study for her next spelling test. The test began. Ms. Daisy pronounced each word and then repeated it. Everything was OK until she spoke 'Handkerchief'. Stuti scribbled h-a-n-d-k-e-r-c-h.....now what?? i??...or…e?? Her mind was blank.
Ms. Daisy started to move on to the next word. It occurred to Stuti that Seema knew how to spell it!! Seema had written this word fifty times.
There was wide open space between Stuti and Seema. Stuti's eyes rolled to the right. There it was, spelled out in Seema's handwriting. Her eyes went quickly back to her own paper and finished the word with the letters 'i-e-f'.
Stuti remained tense and nervous as Ms. Daisy read the last spelling word. She had cheated just for the first time in her life. She thought, 'Is this the way I want to keep my perfect record - by being a cheater?'
Frantically, she erased what she had written earlier and replaced it with what she knew was the wrong answer. She wrote 'e-i-f'. As her sweaty hands released pencil and passed the test up to the front, she sighed with relief. She thought, 'So, what if my perfect scores are no longer intact? At least my honesty is.'
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