THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Prosthetic lens a sight saver for Iraq vets

By Ellen Freeman Roth
Globe Correspondent / September 1, 2008

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Robert Henline, a 36-year-old Army staff sergeant serving in Iraq, was riding with four other soldiers when their truck was hit by a roadside bomb. The San Antonio, Texas, resident was the only survivor of the April 2007 attack, but he sustained severe burns over 38 percent of his body, primarily his face, head, and left arm. (Full article: 800 words)

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