After In-Patient Care, Troops Face Bureaucracy

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At Walter Reed, Oscar Olguin and his family were visited by President Bush and first lady Laura Bush. But Olguin says that when he left the hospital, he had to fend for himself. Courtesy of Oscar Olguin hide caption

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Walter Reed Was The Army's Wake-Up Call In 2007

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Op-Ed: More Not Always Better When Treating Cancer

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Uninsured Largely Unaware Of Benefits Coming From Overhaul

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Gen. John Joseph Pershing's room at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the military's flagship hospital. The center is closing its doors after treating hundreds of thousands of America's war wounded, and several presidents. Luis Alvarez/AP hide caption

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Where Generations Of Soldiers Healed And Moved On

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Pharmacist Kristy Hennessee administers a vaccination against whooping cough at a Walgreen's pharmacy in Pasadena, Calif. last year. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The standard technique for measuring blood pressure may not be good enough. /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Pakistani NGO workers protest at a rally on World AIDS Day in Peshawar in 2006. Tariq Mahmood/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Ethics And Reviewing The Health Law

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