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Archive for April 18th 2013
U.S. MEDICINE NEWS UPDATE VA, DoD Reaffirm Efforts to Work Jointly on Mental Health Issues WASHINGTON—DoD and VA will present President Obama with joint recommendations by the end of February 2013 on how the agencies will improve access to men...
APRIL ISSUE U.S. MEDICINE NEWS UPDATE Report: DoD, VA Needs to Determine Long-Term Needs of Veterans, Troops WASHINGTON, DC—DoD and VA should sponsor longitudinal studies to answer questions regarding long-term effect of TBI, PTSD and ot...
MARCH ISSUE U.S. MEDICINE NEWS UPDATE Sequestration Furloughs Will Impact Civilian Medical Providers at DoD WASHINGTON - DoD civilian medical providers will not escape the impact of furloughs under sequestration, DoD leaders have said. Jess...
FEBRUARY ISSUE U.S. MEDICINE NEWS UPDATE VA OIG Opens Investigation Into Legionnaire's Cases In Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH - The VA Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is opening an investigation into the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System and...
JANUARY ISSUE U.S. MEDICINE NEWS UPDATE High Court Refuses to Hear Appeal of Class Action Lawsuit Against VA WASHINGTON--The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling in a class-action lawsuit that claimed VA ...
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