Living with the Scars of a Suicide Bombing in Iraq

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2010 Suicide Bomb Attack in Baquba, Iraq (Photo: Al Jazeera/Flickr)

Doctor Ken Lee survived a suicide bombing in Baghdad in September 2004. He's now chief medical officer of Wisconsin Medical Guard. He tells host Lisa Mullins about the effect it has had on his life.
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