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Since the beginning of the Iraq war nearly 5 years ago, 29,320 soldiers have been wounded in action as of Thursday, but 31,325 others have been treated for non-combat injuries and illness as of March 1.  The combination of roadside bombs as extremists’ weapons of choice and advancements in battlefield medicine has led to a surge in veteran injuries and decline in battlefield casualties.  Veterans Affairs is now feeling the financial pressures of saved lives as they are finding the government is unwilling to pay for war survivors and their injuries.  For details, click here and return back to comment.

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