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Searching For Answers [3.12.2007]

Stories of inadequate care for Iraq veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center have been making headlines recently. This is a story about inadequate prevention: Army Specialist Jeffrey Henthorn was 25 when he committed suicide during his second tour in Iraq. Official reports later revealed that Henthorn's superiors knew he was unstable and that he had threatened suicide, but was never relieved of duty. After his death, Jeffrey's parents spent over a year trying to figure out what happened.Also in this episode: a lsitener's story about food allergies.

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