Fighting For Independence
English • 3m 29s
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A roadside bomb in Iraq left Jerral Hancock paralyzed and without his left arm. But rather than letting his injuries define him, Jerral is fighting back. He’s working with a team of researchers from Johns Hopkins to test the most advanced prosthetic arm in the world that could help Jerral and many other wounded vets like him take back their independence.
Director: Dan Hayes
Producers: Dustin Oakley, Steve Souryal, Ted Balaker, Dan Hayes, Kmele Foster & Robert Chapman-Smith
2016 | 9 min
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