NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 18, 2011
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(New York: Robert Bazell) Research finding that traumatic brain injuries suffered by soldiers during the Vietnam war may be linked to dementia later in life examined; details given of concern about troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. [University of California at San Francisco V.A. medical director Dr. Kristine YAFFE- notes veterans have a twofold increased risk.] [Veteran Richard WANAMAKER, wife Cynthia WANAMAKER - comment on his memory problems.] [Alzheimer’s specialist Dr. Sam GANDY- comments.]
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