"I don't even have a primary care doctor."
Shot and Forgotten20 Stories
The toll of America’s gun violence epidemic is usually measured in lives lost — more than 33,000 each year. Ignored, almost completely, are the many more people who are shot every year, and survive.
States Set Aside Millions of Dollars for Crime Victims. But Some Gun Violence Survivors Don’t Get the Funds They Desperately Need.
Hours after a gunman killed 58 people and injured hundreds more in Las …
New research shines a light on an understudied, and enormous, expense.
"In the beginning, anything frightens you."
Clai Lasher-Sommers was a child when her stepfather nearly killed her. Her recovery will never end.
The Senate plan would put the cost of treatment out of reach for thousands of people who have suffered firearm injuries.
For every person killed by a gun in America, two more survive their injuries. “Bullets Without Names” documents one victim’s ongoing recovery.
Cuts could strain the long-term viability of an aid program for survivors of shooting assaults and other crimes.
Debilitated by bullet wounds, Derrick Strong now finds himself cut off from the means to a full recovery.
How Ohio is using an influx of federal assistance for crime victims to help gunshot patients avoid getting hurt again.
“Hopkins 24/7” takes viewers inside an embattled trauma ward in 1990s Baltimore.
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