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Veterans' brain injury examined

Roadside bombs and other blasts have made head injury the ?signature wound? of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Now, researchers are investigating the effect of repeated combat-related blast exposures on the brains of veterans with the goal of improving diagnostics and treatment.
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