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“Caring for veterans who sustained injuries in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is one of the primary duties of the country’s system of veterans’ care.”

—IAVA Policy Agenda

Today, because of advancements in medical technology and care on the battlefield, more veterans are surviving combat injuries than any previous generation. Many of these veterans will live their lives with complex injuries. Even more have sustained unseen injuries.Like Vietnam veterans who only saw the impact of Agent Orange years after their service, today’s veterans may see lasting effects of the widespread use of burn pits to destroy all forms of waste. And the long-term impacts of the signature injuries of today’s wars—blast injuries such as Traumatic Bain Injury (TBI)—are still unknown. Without continued research, the country will be ill-prepared to handle the long-term effects of these injuries.



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