J.R. Martinez in the burn ward at Brooke Army Medical Center, about three months after a landmine blast in Iraq left 40 percent of his body covered in third degree burns. He said the debridement to remove the dead skin and scar tissue was more painful than the initial injury.
J.R. Martinez in the burn ward at Brooke Army Medical Center, about three months after a landmine blast in Iraq left 40 percent of his body covered in third degree burns. He said the debridement to remove the dead skin and scar tissue was more painful than the initial injury.
published Tuesday, November 1st, 2011
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