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Arthritis Foundation Releases “A Silent Enemy: How Arthritis is Threatening Veterans and the US Military”

Nicholas Steen, Jr., was an airborne infantryman in the US Military. He sustained numerous injuries as a result of his military service and, as a direct result of those injuries, he’s now fighting a new enemy – arthritis.

“I live with this pain daily,” said Steen. “I am not the only veteran who has been diagnosed with arthritis, due in part, if not completely, to the excessive wear and tear military life can have on the body.”
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