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PTS-TBI ad-hoc committee meets in D.C. to discuss bringing PTS and TBI to VA's and DoD's attention

Members of the PTS-TBI ad-hoc committee are meeting in D.C. today to determine a plan of action for bringing PTS and TBI to the forefront of VA's and DoD's attention.

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bbz3qmt

November 18, 2010 - 7:35pm

Traumatic Brain Injury is a major event in anyone's life. I would not wish it on anyone. I don't think doctors understand what the impact is on the victims of TBI.
Things that were so easy become almost impossible. Memories aren't there. Forget short term memories, they are a nanosecond in length.
The worse thing is there doesn't seem to be any structured evaluation program or any type of rehabilitation programs in the civilian world. I really hope the VA is on top of this.

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