Ukrainian soldiers benefit from U.S. prosthetics expertise but their war is different


Oleksandr Fedun, 24, holds onto railings as he practices walking on his prosthetics at Medical Center Orthotics & Prosthetics (MCOP) in Silver Spring, Md., on February 2, 2023. MCOP is working with several charities and organizations to help fit Ukrainian soldiers with prosthetics after they

A prosthetics clinic that once served mostly American military veterans is now helping Ukrainian amputees get state of the art prostheses.

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