“There’s never been a completely pain-free day,” Lance Corporal Cody Perkins told MSN Monday. “It’s always uncomfortable.” The pain Perkins speaks about is not his original injury – a fractured thigh bone he suffered after he was ejected from his unit’s Humvee when it hit a roadside bomb. For that, he required emergency surgery in Iraq and a follow up surgery in the United States to implant screws to fuse the broken bone. When that surgery failed, doctors said the only thing that could get Perkins up and moving again was to undergo artificial hip replacement surgery. And that, he ... Read More
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