Insurance: Veterans / CHAMPUS

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9/5/2018
8/22/2016
Clinton Edges Trump on Health Care, Survey Finds

But HealthDay/Harris Poll finds support for either candidate in this area is far from overwhelming

10/22/2014
U.S. Ranks Last Among Wealthy Nations in Access to Health Care

Survey conducted prior to implementation of Affordable Care Act, however

4/24/2009
Combat Duty Harms Long-Term Health of Vets

Though soldiers tend to be healthier, trauma erases the advantage, study finds

4/6/2009
Colon Screenings Don't Follow Guidelines, Study Suggests

VA study shows elderly ill men getting same screenings as healthy folks

11/17/2008
Toxic Chemicals Blamed for Gulf War Illness

Report also cites drug given to U.S. troops to protect them from nerve gas

10/28/2008
Sexual Trauma Haunts Many Female Vets

Study found 1 in 7 from Iraq, Afghanistan who sought medical care were victims

3/10/2008
Gulf War Illness Strongly Linked to Chemical Exposure

Review found vets with the syndrome were more exposed to particular compounds

10/30/2007
Almost 2 Million U.S. Vets Lack Health Insurance

Income levels bar many from VA health services, researcher says

12/20/2006
Iraq Vets Falling Through Health-Care Cracks

Despite lifesaving care, many with severe head injuries not getting follow-up they need, report suggests

12/20/2004
Study Finds VA Health Care Improving

Agency actually offers more preventive measures than private sector

10/19/2004
Report: 1.7 Million Veterans Lack Health Insurance

Nearly 12 percent of ex-servicemen and women were uninsured in 2003

9/22/2003
Gulf War Link to Lou Gehrig's Disease Bolstered

Studies say the incidence of fatal disease is twice as high in soldiers

5/28/2003
VA Health Care Improving, Study Says

But concentrating services means fewer angiographies