Soldiers in a London hospital in 1914
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World War One: Medical advances inspired by the conflict

Around 40,000 Welshmen lost their lives during World War One and tens of thousands more returned home wounded both physically and psychologically.

But all this carnage changed the way casualties were treated on the battlefield.

BBC Wales health correspondent Owain Clarke looks at the impact the war had on healthcare and medicine.

  • 07 Aug 2014
  • From the section Wales
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