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A Closer Look (Wounds of War) #854324

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 08, 2007
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A Pentagon memo warning the US military lacks a plan to identify and care for soldiers with traumatic brain injuries {TBI} and the call from House Democrats for funds to research and treat TBI noted.

(Campbell, California: Bob Woodruff) The story of one soldier, Warren Hardy††, with TBI that had gone undiagnosed, presented; photos of the Hardys shown. [Soldier's wife Gina HARDY††- says her husband is not the same man she married; wonders if he will improve.] [British-born Warren HARDY - describes what happened when his vehicle was hit by a bomb and how his mind and memory was affected.] [Palo Alto V.A. neuropsychologist Harriet ZEINER†- comments on these injuries.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The Hardys' new house shown.

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Woodruff, Bob

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