As Ebola patient in Texas fights for his life, his family copes with stigma and … – Washington Post

As Ebola patient in Texas fights for his life, his family copes with stigma and … – Washington Post
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A cleanup crew on Sunday sanitizes the apartment where Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was staying before being admitted to a hospital in Dallas. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Memorial focuses on veterans’ wounds that stay for life
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WASHINGTON – President Obama this morning called it a painful truth: America has not always done enough to help its veterans.

He was speaking at a dedication ceremony for a new memorial that honors, for the first time, the millions of Americans injured in war.

When the flame was finally lit, many wondered why it took so long to erect a memorial to disabled veterans.

Project director Barry Owenby gave CBS News a tour ahead of today’s dedication. The name — American Veterans Disabled for Life — is saying something.

“The unique thing about this memorial is we’re commemorating all disabled veterans. There’s a link back to the Revolutionary War, all the way forward,” Owenby said.

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