Medical Advances for Wounded Veterans

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Sgt. John Peck, a former Marine who served in Afghanistan in 2010, still vividly recalls the day he became a quadruple amputee.

He and so many others are overcoming what has become one of the signature wounds facing American warriors since 9/11 – from IED or roadside bomb blasts that have led to amputations and traumatic brain injuries. The severity of these injuries has forced the medical field and its technology to evolve.

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