Law makes VA treat some family caregivers better than others

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The last time Dennis Joyner walked, he was on patrol in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta on June 26, 1969.

That’s when he tripped a 105-pound booby trap bomb. He lost both legs above the knees and his left arm below the elbow.

“I have been confined to a one arm drive wheelchair for 48 years,” said the 68-year-old Longwood, Fla., resident. “As a former high school athlete, my life changed drastically in how I have to live with the combat injuries I suffered in Vietnam.”
Law makes VA treat some family caregivers better than others

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