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Traumatic Brain Injury Study PDF Print E-mail

Are shoulder-fired weapons causing traumatic brain injuries? How the Army plans to find out:

 
A recent report from the Center for a New American Security suggests that soldiers who regularly use shoulder-fired weapons might be experiencing traumatic brain injuries.

In response to those findings, Army Secretary Mark Esper is calling on his service to better monitor potential brain trauma on-site and track soldiers to quickly diagnose any damage.

“We need to monitor our soldiers, because we owe them that much, and we need them,” Esper told an audience at CNAS headquarters on May 16. “You can’t afford to not do that.”
 
As of 2007, head injuries were the most commonly treated by military doctors, beyond chest and abdominal wounds, CNAS found.
 
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