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About one out of six soldiers at Fort Carson has suffered a traumatic brain injury, which has become the signature injury of the war in Iraq. About one in 50 is disabled by the injuries. We tell the story of Capt. Matthew Staton, who served in Iraq in 2003 and was near about 50 explosions of improvised explosive devices. When he came home he experienced memory problems, difficulty sleeping, headaches and other things that led doctors to find his brain injuries. KKTV 11 News/Special to the News

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