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Double arm transplant performed at Johns Hopkins on ex-Army soldier
Surgeons at Johns Hopkins Hospital have performed a rare double arm transplant on a former U.S. Army soldier who became a quadruple amputee following an explosion in Iraq three years, the Washington Post reported.
The patient, Brendan Marrocco, 26, of Staten Island, is the first service member from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to survive the loss of four limbs. The military vehicle he was driving was struck by a makeshift bomb on Easter Sunday 2009.
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