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Former ABC co-anchor Bob Woodruff has had an unusually quick recovery from a brain injury that he suffered after being struck by a roadside bomb in Iraq. Doctors at the National Naval Medical Center are pioneering new treatments for traumatic brain injuries.
ABC news correspondent and former anchor Bob Woodruff was nearly killed by a roadside bomb on Jan. 29, 2006, in Iraq. He suffered a severe brain injury and was in a coma for more than a month. He and his wife, Lee, have written a new memoir about his recovery.