• Veteran Tom Mano believes in Million Veteran Program

    “If I can do something to help Veterans, I’m happy to do it.” Veteran Tom Mano sees the Million Veteran Program as an opportunity to give back.

  • Million Veteran Program (MVP) to bring Veterans personalized health care

    The Million Veteran Program (MVP) hopes to one day bring effective treatment to Veterans faster. Watch video here to learn more.

  • Genetic research sheds new light on Veteran suicide risk

    New genetic research discoveries may one day help doctors better screen Veterans at risk of suicide and prevent it in the first place.

  • 9/11 survivor 900,000th Veteran in Million Veteran Program

    Greg Amira, Purple Heart Iraq Veteran and 9/11 survivor, became the 900,000th Veteran to join the Million Veteran Program.

  • Standing Ready: Examine the past, present and future of VA innovation

    Standing Ready highlights the significant contributions – past, present and future – of the VA health care system through a historical lens.

  • Borne the Battle #280: Benefits Breakdown – Million Veteran Program

    This week’s Borne the Battle – a benefits breakdown – features the Million Veteran Program (MVP), which is a national, voluntary research program to learn about how genes, lifestyle and military exposures affect health and illness and improve health care for Veterans.

  • #VADidThat: Million Veteran Program leads way to medical discoveries, one Veteran at a time

    The Million Veteran Program is a national research project learning how genes and military experiences and exposures affect health and illness.

  • Veterans are teaching VHA how to be a learning organization

    VA's Office of Discovery, Education and Affiliate Networks (DEAN) partners with Veterans to create innovative healthcare solutions.

  • Yogurt is good for your heart, VA study finds

    Flavored or Greek, yogurt of all kinds might hold answers to better heart health, according to a study on nearly 200K Veterans.

  • Million Veteran Program – 10 years, 850,000 Veterans and one dream to revolutionize health care

    Million Veteran Program – After 10 years, nearly a million volunteer Veterans have joined VA scientists to change the future of health care.

  • MVP study shows effectiveness of genetic screening tool for breast cancer risk

    Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer for American women. Although mammogram screenings have lowered the number of deaths from breast cancer, better screening methods could help determine risk and help prevent the cancer before it develops, according to the study researchers.

  • VA women leaders join women Veterans in research

    Women leaders across VA enrolled in a national research program looking at health and illness in Veterans. They invite you to join them.

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