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Help for traumatized soldiers

April 21, 2008

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A new collaboration of academic and industry researchers, including several at Massachusetts General Hospital, MIT, and Dartmouth, is aimed at helping US soldiers who suffer traumatic injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan. Formed by the US Army, the Institute of Regenerative Medicine will devote $85 million to developing products and therapies to repair blast injuries. (Full article: 512 words)

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