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Abuse, neglect reported at St. Louis Veterans home
Imagine an elderly loved one being neglected for hours, scalded with hot water and unable to even feed themselves with no end in sight. That's how veterans and their families described the conditions inside the St Louis veterans home.

As Veterans Die, Does VA Burn Pit Registry Hold Out False Hope?
Air Force veteran Jennifer Kepner died from pancreatic cancer following exposure to burn pits during the Iraq War last week.
Veterans Affairs to investigate Eugene, Roseburg clinics
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs investigators plan to visit the state to look into management, personnel issues and medical practices

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VA goes high-tech with Uber-like tracking center for veteran health care
VA Secretary David Shulkin gives us the first peek at the new healthcare improvement center, where VA officials in Washington track data and reports from health care facilities across the country and dispatch aid as quickly as possible
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Mealey's Toxic Tort/Environmental - Agent Orange Injury Class Action May Proceed, Judge Says
A judge in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims on Oct. 25 denied a motion filed by the U.S. government seeking to dismiss a class action brought by the surviving spouses of servicemen who died from injuries allegedly caused by exposure to Agent Orange

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VA proposed rule would expand healthcare access through telehealth
President Donald Trump announced in August that new efforts were required to better use technology to improve healthcare for veterans and greatly expand their access to care, especially for mental healthcare and suicide prevention.
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New App Helps Military and Veteran Communities Save Money While Traveling
Today urMuv, a one-stop neighborhood shopping app that helps consumers find their ideal place to live, announced the addition of a new feature to help Military, Veterans, and their families save money. Users can now easily find participating restaurants and lodging with military discounts along the East Coast.

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