Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Military Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Thanks to The Washington Post and ABC News, treatment issues related to TBI and other war-related injuries have been at the forefront of a healthy dose public attention over the past month.

From the New York Times and International Herald Tribune:

For the war's many brain-wounded, a challenge to find the right care
By Deborah Sontag and Lizette Alvarez
The New York Times and International Herald Tribune
Published: March 12, 2007


"We have been let down by a system that is so bungling and bureaucratic that it doesn't know what it can and cannot do and just says no as a matter of course," said Debra Schulz of Friendswood, Texas. Her son, Lance Corporal Steven Schulz, 22, of the Marines, suffered a severe brain injury during his second tour in Iraq.

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