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Treating Innocents, Insurgents and Soldiers in Iraq

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Treating Innocents, Insurgents and Soldiers in Iraq

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Treating Innocents, Insurgents and Soldiers in Iraq

Treating Innocents, Insurgents and Soldiers in Iraq

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NPR's Noah Adams talks with Dr. Cynthia Clagett, the chief for internal medicine for the U.S. Army's 31st Combat Support Hospital in Iraq. Dr. Clagett shares her experiences treating injured Iraqis — everyone from innocent civilians to Iraqi insurgents, in the same facilities as wounded American soldiers.