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Pentagon Withholding Data on Extent of Brain Injury in Iraq

Following yesterday's story in USA Today concerning the extent of brain damage to service personnel in Iraq including the startling statistics that one of three soldier's has sustained a traumatic brain injury and that one out of ten go undiagnosed, comes the incredible news that the Pentagon is refusing to release further information.

This comes from the same administration that has refused to providing further funding for the TBI Act, cut disability benefits and services and is in favor of restrictions on the rights of our citizens to bring law suits.  I'm beginning to think those in the White House have had their brain rung and maybe are suffering the effect's of a brain injury! 

Read today's story from USA Today, Pentagon holds brain injury data.

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