In other news Wednesday, bombs killed at least 25 people and injured scores more in a religious procession in Lahore, Pakistan.
By PBS NewsHour
The Pentagon has changed its policy to allow news organizations to photograph the homecoming ceremonies of dead U.S. troops, under the condition that their families allow it.
The U.S. military death toll in Iraq reached 4,000 after four soldiers were killed by a roadside bomb Sunday. Ray Suarez examines the numbers behind the American toll so far.
After returning stateside from the Iraqi battlefield, wounded soldiers are turning to alternative forms of therapy to rehabilitate themselves. NewsHour correspondent Tom Bearden reports on a Colorado ski week aimed at healing wounded Iraq war veterans.
With the increased number of wounded U.S. soldiers from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, technology is being developed to replace injured faces with prosthetic sculptures. Researcher and sculptor David Hanson discusses the new robotic technology and the problems associated…
Dr. Joe Rosen discusses the issues involved in rebuilding a complex organ such as the face, and efforts under way in the "Virtual Face" project.
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