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A Nurse's Perspective on Iraq


A Nurse's Perspective on Iraq

First Lutentant Rachel Grover has been serving as a nurse in Iraq since the beginning of December. On leave for two weeks Rachel is relaxing with family and friends. But she talks about how the injuries to soldiers have gone from bullet wounds to something worse.

“IED Injuries...shrapnel wounds a lot of burns and amputations stuff like that

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There is another nurse doing a HUGE story on the effect of depleted uranium, birth defects of children .

I am disgusted by the Bush administration and I loathe this wasteful war...but people like you and Scott make me very proud of America and the many great people it produces.

Your contribution to the troops recovery is overwhelming. I wish Bushco had one-millionth of the tremendous heart you have

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