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WASHINGTON - How will the Military Health System maintain advances in limb and amputee care achieved over the last decade of war?
Asked how his experience as a Navy diver aided his recovery from improvised explosive device (IED) injuries, including blindness, Lt. Bradley Snyder had a quick response: “This was not the first time I had to operate in an environment where I could not see.”
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