Treating Innocents, Insurgents and Soldiers in Iraq 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.
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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

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.