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  • A home away from home

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 11-Oct-2006

    Fisher House, a new residence on the grounds of Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital, gives families of military soldiers a place to stay while loved ones recover Name : Lauren McSherry Photographs Norbert von der Groeben Eight weeks after their son was injured in Iraq, Tim and Linda Perry carried their suitcases into a newly decorated bedroom at the Fisher House in Palo Alto. It had been a long ...
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  • Experiment, study to use crash victims

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 11-Oct-2006

    Sunday, May 7, 2006 By TOM VOGT, Columbian staff writer Most people who participate in medical studies get a chance to weigh the pros and cons of a new drug or technique being used on them. It’s called informed consent. It’s hard to get when an unconscious accident victim has been rescued from a crumpled car. That’s an issue Oregon Health & Science University researchers must ...
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  • Iraqis review lessons at Quantico

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 11-Oct-2006

    Name: PAMELA GOULD During their first few days in the United States, 13 officers from the Iraqi army visited the traditional tourist spots of the nation’s capital. They walked to the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Washington Monument and the White House, and spent time in the Smithsonian Institution. At the Capitol, they were impressed by schoolchildren who had traveled ...
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  • Over 1,500 British troops suffering mental problems from Iraq

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 11-Oct-2006

    Over 1,500 British troops have returned from Iraq suffering from mental problems, including post traumatic stress disorder, Defence Secretary John Reid has revealed. “Between January 2003 and December 2005 inclusive, 1,551 UK service personnel who had served in Iraq on Operation Telic were subsequently assessed by the Defence medical services as suffering from a mental health ...
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  • Queensbury boxer died of multiple head injuries — new and previous

    Posted By Scarlett Law Group || 11-Oct-2006

    By BRENDAN McGARRY, [email protected] SARATOGA SPRINGS — The 28-year-old Queensbury man who died shortly after sparring in a city boxing ring in February succumbed to multiple traumatic head injuries linked to recent boxing, a coroner said on Monday. Richard J. Hermance Jr. died Feb. 2 at Saratoga Hospital following a few rounds at Saratoga Youth Boxing Association’s gym on Weibel ...
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