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MILITARY MEDICINE | Treating Traumatic Brain Injury | PBS

The Department of Defense estimates that more than 340,000 military service members have sustained a traumatic brain injury since 2000.

Retired Army Sgt. 1st Class Elana Duffy – an avid rock climber – was diagnosed with a TBI two years after an improvised explosive device hit her convoy in Iraq in 2005.

Learn more about Elana and the treatment of traumatic brain injury on #MilitaryMedPBS and www.pbs.org/militarymedicine

Military Medicine is airing November 9th at 10/9c. Please check your local listings.