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[P]art of the wall is torn and hangs in the air, weighted down with black mold. When [he] stands in his shower and looks up, he can see the bathtub on the floor above through a rotted hole. The entire building, constructed between the world wars, often smells like greasy carry-out. Signs of neglect are everywhere: mouse droppings, belly-up cockroaches, stained carpets, cheap mattresses.

This is what outpatient care is like at Walter Reed Hospital for wounded soldiers.  Please find time today to read the whole article.