An examination of the 10th Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad, where five doctors, 14 nurses and 22 medics treat U.S. and coalition casualties, as well as civilians and insurgents. Included: a calm Memorial Day 2006 turns hectic when 12 casualties, including CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier, arrive at the hospital. Also: comments from the medical personnel; the difficulty adjusting to work in a combat setting; and how the staff tries to maintain a semblance of normalcy.
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