Gary Lawson

Vice President, America's Huey Foundation

Guest

Vice President, Treasurer and General Counsel of America's Huey Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to education about and assistance for wounded and disabled servicemen and women

Gary Lawson on KCRW

Wars have been hugely important for medical science that saves
lives. In contrast to Vietnam, 90% of the wounded are coming home from
Iraq and Afghanistan. That's led to renewed…

War's Medical Miracles and Who Gets to Use Them

Wars have been hugely important for medical science that saves lives. In contrast to Vietnam, 90% of the wounded are coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan. That's led to renewed…

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Wars have been hugely important for medical science that saves lives. In contrast to Vietnam, 90% of the wounded are coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

War's Medical Miracles and Who Gets to Use Them

Wars have been hugely important for medical science that saves lives. In contrast to Vietnam, 90% of the wounded are coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

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