- Watch the Oct. 5 archived press conference
- View and download surgical, before and after photos of John Peck
- Watch and download a brief video of John's story
- Watch and download b-roll video of John's surgery
- Watch and download an animation of the surgical procedure
- Learn more about hand and arm transplant surgery at BWH
October 5, 2016 -- Retired Marine Sergeant John Peck, 31, who became a quad amputee in 2010 after he stepped on an Improvised Explosive Device in Afghanistan during his second tour of duty, spoke about receiving his bilateral arm transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
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