Pentagon Ignores Congressional Order on Brain Tests for Returning Troops
The Department of Defense was told by Congress in 2008 to administer tests to soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan in order to check for possible brain injuries. But more than half a million troops have not received such screening upon coming home because U.S. Army medical leaders say the tests are unreliable.
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