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Archive for July 15th 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C.—There is no wound that more boldly speaks to a person’s service in the military than the loss of a limb. While they still draw stares from the general public, men and women conﬁned to wheelchairs due to the loss of a leg, or with shirt sleeves pinned up to accommodate the loss of an arm, are not an uncommon sight in the halls of Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals and veterans halls.
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