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A recent study of more than 1,000 veterans found that nearly 1% had hepatitis B and 14% had been exposed to the virus.
Before now, the VA said it could only afford to treat the sickest HCV-positive people in its health care system.
In a recent letter, the politician notes that the VA has stopped enrolling HCV-positive veterans because of budget constraints.
African Americans and veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange are at an increased risk for prostate cancer.
The law will make it easier for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder to find mental health resources.
Carl Huddleston, who claims he contracted hepatitis B from a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital in Tennessee, missed the deadline to file a medica...
Do you think the health of U.S. war veterans is a national priority? Well, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does.
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