Iraq Veteran Fighting a New Battle

The Invisible Wounds of War: Traumatic Brain Injuries

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June 2004: Two weeks after he was hit by an anti-tank mine, Sgt. Warren Hardy was researching jammers for IEDs at the U.S. headquarters in the Green Zone in Baghdad. Hardy suffered a traumatic brain injury in the attack.
Thousands of U.S. serviceman returning from Iraq and Afghanistant may be suffering from undiagnosed TBIs. TBIs are "closed-head" injuries that occur when the explosions shake and jar the brain inside the skull. (Courtesy Warren Hardy)
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