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Army Veteran Mitchell “never knew how good VA was.” At a friend’s urging, he went to VA and doctors there doctors found a myelofibrosis disorder. Today, Mitchell believes “it’s a good thing I’m here.”
Army National Guard Veteran Kim wants others to know about VA health care: “I don't think a week goes by that I don't meet a female Veteran who is unaware of the services she can get through the VA.”
Veterans with cancer can have adverse effects at home following chemotherapy. That’s why VA’s Minneapolis medical center is using Annie, VA’s text messaging system to help them manage those symptoms.
From strokes to other major brain injuries, the Minneapolis polytrauma team provides world-class care unlike anything in the civilian community.
VA is using 3D technology to create guides for dental implant placement and medical models that aid in surgical planning.
The crash killed her three friends, and almost killed her and her mom. Despite a severe brain injury, Olivia is coming back from the near-death crash.
Minneapolis VA opens new “Integrative Center for Health & Healing”, part of VA’s new emphasis on “Veteran-Centric” care. Once considered “alternative” therapy, studies now show their effectiveness.
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Last updated October 4, 2022
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