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    Hear from Veterans who have survived multiple serious injuries and how VA is helping them in the Polytrauma program.

  • Shilo Harris: Triumph in tragedy

    Army Veteran Shilo Harris became an inspirational speaker, sharing his triumph over an IED explosion and becoming the first person to participate in extracellular stem cell regeneration.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Jason

    When Army Veteran Jason came to VA for help recovering from an IED injury, he didn’t realize he would find a purpose in life.

  • Loud and fast is Army Veteran Ryan Major’s style

    Veteran Ryan Major has come out of a coma, battled constant pain and endured dozens of surgeries. Today, he is driving again, and a competitive athlete at the 39th National Veterans Wheelchair Games.

  • 13 Years after Surviving IED, Oklahoma Veteran earns college degree

    Natalie Hartgrave-Ransier (left), a VA Speech Pathologist at the Ernest Childers VA Outpatient Clinic in Tulsa, traveled to San Antonio to celebrate Veteran Shane Nuttle's college graduation. Hartgrave-Ransier worked with Nuttle for two years to help him improve his speech and encouraged him to attend college.

  • Finding Peace on the Other Side of the World

    A Veteran shares advice based on his experiences after deployment and integration back to civilian life.

  • A Note from a Caregiver

    A Veteran's wife shares the struggles of her family and how the Caregiver Program helped establish a support system for her.

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    A Veteran shares her experiences and struggles with VA Care for obstetric care, and the need for a streamlined process to aid reintegrating female Veterans.

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