SPOTLIGHT: Government not prepared for Iraq injuries

According to a new analysis, the federal government was far from prepared for the scope and magnitude of injuries faced by soldiers returning from Iraq. What's more, it may not be prepared for the nature of the injuries: For example, no tests, standards or symptoms for diagnosis or billing codes exist for traumatic brain injury. Article

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