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Fighting for Life (2008)

"Fighting for Life" follows American military doctors, nurses and medics on the front lines of the Iraq War, young wounded soldiers and marines determined to survive and to heal, and ... See full summary »

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"Fighting for Life" follows American military doctors, nurses and medics on the front lines of the Iraq War, young wounded soldiers and marines determined to survive and to heal, and students of USU, the "best medical school no one's ever heard of," on their journey toward becoming career military physicians. Written by Terry Sanders

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When the battle ends, their fight begins.

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March 2008 (USA)  »

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$3,423 (USA) (7 March 2008)

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$30,606 (USA) (28 March 2008)
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Everyone should see this film...
5 August 2008 | by (Utah,United States) – See all my reviews

My husband and I just saw this at a special screening in Salt Lake City. We hear every time there is a milestone in the number of deaths in Iraq but when was the last time we heard about the number of casualties? It's amazing to me what these brave people are going through everyday. It's amazing how how much medical care is being provided generously by the personnel there, in Germany and the US. This is a film that should be shown in every high school and college. It shows what the reality is of this on-going war. My congratulations to the film makers and those medical and military personnel who participated in this endeavor. Thank you for all of your service.


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