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The Army's outcast outpatients

February 22, 2007

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WALTER REED Army Medical Center is a justifiably famous hospital that treats one-fourth of all troops seriously wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. But Walter Reed has a darker side that was pushed into the limelight last weekend by articles in The Washington Post . On its 113 acres are several buildings --at least one of them roach- and rodent-infested -- ... (Full article: 468 words)

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