New Regulations Could Improve Vets' Access To Care For Some Traumatic Brain Injuries

The New York Times: New Rule Could Aid Veterans’ Access To Health Care For Some Traumatic Injuries
The Department of Veterans Affairs has approved new regulations to make it easier for veterans to receive health care and compensation for certain illnesses, including Parkinsonism, dementia, and depression, which have been linked to traumatic brain injury (Southall, 12/16).

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