Lessons from Oklahoma City

· May 6, 2010, 8:45 pm

U.S. troops returning from combat with brain injuries are facing a lifetime of treatment. There could be lessons for them in one Colorado researcher's findings from the Oklahoma City bombing. KCFR's Mike Lamp talks with Pat Sample of Colorado State University. She says many brain-injured victims from Oklahoma are still struggling to live a normal life, 12 years later.

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