Army Responds To NPR-ProPublica Brain Injury Investigation

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Sgt. Victor Medina suffered brain damage when an IED hit his truck in Iraq. Even after he was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, he found he had to fight to get adequate care. Blake Gordon/Aurora Photos hide caption

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With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Soldiers Face Battle For Care

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Michelle Dyarman, a former major in the Army reserves, was involved in two roadside bomb attacks and a Humvee accident in Iraq in 2005 that left her with serious cognitive problems. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Military Still Failing To Diagnose, Treat Brain Injuries

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Joanna Chapman-Smith's latest album is called Contraries. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Melodies

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Army Doctors May Face Discipline For Fort Hood

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