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TBIs and Other Non-Casualties of the War in Iraq

I've been reading articles about the effects of modern medicine in the war on Iraq.  Soldiers who previously would have died from serious injuries to the head, skull, and brain are now being saved from death.  The Washington Post reports there are currently more than 4,700 casualties of the war on Iraq and the reason the number is not larger can be attributed to the marvels of modern medicine. 

Why might this be a problem?

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