I was just watching the news conference at John Hopkins Hospital and it touched me greatly. Sgt. Brandan Morrocco lost both arms and both legs in an IUD attack in Iraq on Easter sunday in 2009. A couple weeks ago a team of surgeons attached two donor arms for Brandan. This has only been done once or twice before and then only one limb. The Dr.s are very optimistic that the surgeries were a success. He has a very limited use of them both now and can feel that he has arms. He says he knows it is going to be a long journey but he is up to the task. The Dr. said the nerves will grow at the rate of 1 inch a year or somewhat less but that is better than nothing at all. He was given a bone marrow transplant from the donor so he has to take only one anti-rejection drug instead of the usual 4 or 5. My nephew has had two liver transpants and he has had to take 4 anti-rejection drugs and they can cause other problems. Please keep this brave veteran in your thoughts and prayers for a full recovery, He deserves the best.