Moth: The Perfect Human Hand
Growing up, Kodi Azari was fascinated by the work of Thomas Starzl, who performed the first liver transplant in the 1960s. Stoked by a fascination with the intricacy of the human hand, Azari reveals how he worked through medical school with the singular goal of performing a revolutionary surgery. WSF teams up with what The Wall Street Journal calls “New York’s hottest and hippest literary ticket,” The Moth, for an innovative series of unpredictable storytelling.
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Recorded June 2011; Posted September 2011