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VA minority health care professionals explain their personal and professional views of the COVID-19 vaccine to minority communities hit hardest by the pandemic. The video is hosted by Emmy award winner, James Reynolds.
Surveys have shown that many Americans are skeptical about the COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics that are being tested in clinical trials. Here is VA’s perspective on the integrity of the trials.
Initial COVID-19 vaccine supplies are limited and first being offered to health care personnel. As the supply increases, care teams will contact Veterans receiving care at VA about their options.
VA, along with other federal agencies, submitted a COVID-19 vaccine plan to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prepare for distribution of one or more COVID-19 vaccine(s).
VA clinical research studies abide by five overarching principles focused on protecting the safety and welfare of the Veterans who participate.
The NAVIGATE network will also establish best practices and share insights to help other VA Medical Centers nationwide enroll more Veterans in cancer clinical trials.
More than 30 million Veterans experience hearing loss. Due to […]
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Last updated October 1, 2022
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