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  • "You have young men and women, 18 to 30 years old who were planning on starting families. Suddenly, they can't do it through traditional means because they've suffered a blast injury below the waist," he said.

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  • "Starting a family is a two-person job," he said. "Part of the treatment of that injury is bringing your spouse in. It's not only appropriate, but necessary to take care of the spouse or, medically if they needed to use a surrogate, a surrogate."

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