ABC News correspondent, Bob Woodruff, is back in Iraq after over a three year hiatus. On January 29, 2006, while taping a report, Mr. Woodruff suffered a traumatic brain injury. The brain injury happened as a result of a bomb that struck the convoy that he was riding in. He spent a month in a coma because of the serious brain injury. He is now back on the news covering soldiers who are suffering from traumatic brain injuries. He has also started an aid fund to raise awareness of soldiers who suffer from brain injuries as a result of war. To read more about “After Suffering Brain Injury, TV Journalist Back in Iraq” click here.