Brain Wars: How the Military Is Failing Its Wounded - ProPublica's Joaquin Sapien

(Multimedia) Official military statistics show that more than 115,000 soldiers have suffered mild traumatic brain injuries since the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan began. We speak to Joaquin Sapien who has a done a series of articles on the issue for ProPublica, "The focus of my reporting was on how the military assesses soldiers for whether or not they have suffered a brain injury during their deployment," Sapien said. "And what we found was that there were significant ... Full Story »

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