More than 2200 American troops have died, and another 16,000 have been wounded, since the Iraq war started. Advances in medical technology mean that more and more of those wounded survive. That's creating a growing pool of injured veterans who need extensive, and expensive, long-term care. Much of the responsibility for that care is falling on relatives. From the Marketplace Work and Family Desk, Hillary Wicai checks in with a family we first met a year and a half ago.