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More than 100 U.S. troops diagnosed with brain injuries from Iran attack

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020
The U.S. military on Monday disclosed a more than 50% jump in cases of traumatic brain injury stemming from Iran's missile attack on a base in Iraq last month, with the number of service members diagnosed climbing to over 100.
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The U.S. military is preparing to report a more than 50 percent jump in the number of cases of traumatic brain injury stemming from Iran&apos;s missile attack on a base in Iraq last month, U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday. Gavino Garay has more.

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