Medical Care for Soldiers Wounded in Iraq



In 2007, a series of articles in The Washington Post exposed extremely poor care for some soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Have conditions improved? Joe Shapiro, NPR correspondent, and Brigadier General Mike Tucker talk about the medical services currently available for soldiers who have been wounded in Iraq.



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