When Dugan Smith was in fourth grade, he was diagnosed with bone cancer, and learned he'd need to have his right leg amputated above the knee. His parents had countless questions. Dugan, however, could only focus on one: Would he still be able to play baseball?
Today he can, thanks an unusual surgical treatment he and his parents chose that removed the cancer, and allowed him to keep the remainder of his leg — reattached backward.
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