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Is the private sector the answer to fix the broken Veteran Affairs system?
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on incorporating the private sector in order to fix problems at the VA, including cutting down on wait times for receiving health care.

Fed Circ. Revives Vet's Suit Over Benefits After Non-VA Care
The Federal Circuit on Friday revived a suit challenging the denial of disability benefits for a veteran who suffered injuries

VA Secretary Shulkin: Fixing wait times remain top priority
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has come under scrutiny for a number of scandals, including the revelation in 2014

Veterans Affairs officials on Wednesday defended plans to strip tens of thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits 

Hundreds of American veterans die each day and each of them unquestionably earned the honor of having “Taps” played during their burial ceremony as a final tribute for their sacrifice.

US Senator Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) introduced the Veterans Emergency Room Relief Act of 2017 in the US Senate, which would require the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) to pay for care provided to our nation’s veterans in urgent care centers

PTSD, Insomnia, and Cannabis: What’s the Evidence Say?
According to the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), psychotherapy and sleep aid medications are the most common first-line treatments for solving PTSD-related insomnia.

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