In this May 13, 2016 photo provided by Massachusetts General Hospital, Thomas Manning gives a thumbs up after being asked how he was feeling following the first penis transplant in the United States, in Boston. The organ was transplanted from a deceased donor. (Sam Riley/Mass General Hospital via AP)

Cancer patient receives first penis transplant in US

Surgeons on the transplant team said at a news conference that there are no signs of rejection or infection and that they are cautiously optimistic Thomas Manning will regain the function he lost in 2012 when cancer led to an amputation of his penis.

In this Monday, April 27, 2015 photo, Neal Raisman and wife Aileen pose in front of their vehicle outside the Fresenius Medical Care Campus Kidney Center in Columbus, Ohio. The Raisman's posted a plea on their SUV for a kidney for Neal, who underwent surgery on April 8, 2016, with a donated kidney from an anonymous donor who saw the sign on the car.  (Doral Chenoweth III. /The Columbus Dispatch via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Ohio man who sought kidney via message on SUV gets donor

The former college president and professor from the Columbus suburb of Bexley made the news last May when his daughter, Shana, used yellow tape to write a message on his silver-blue SUV that read: “Got kidney? I need 1. PLEASE call or text.”

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Ohio to license pharmacy technicians, limit painkillers

Thousands of pharmacy technicians would be licensed by the state for the first time as part of efforts to fight Ohio’s addictions epidemic, under budget proposals announced Tuesday by Gov. John Kasich.