St. Louis, MO—More than 1,800 veterans who underwent dental work at a Missouri VA hospital recently received letters informing them that they have been infected with potentially lethal blood-borne diseases.
John Cochran VA Medical Center sent letters to 1,812 possible victims, notifying them that they may have been wrongfully infected with diseases such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV.
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Don't blame the rest of us that do care about the Vets for the pi-s poor job the government does taking care of our vets
My husband is a WW ll vet and he gave up on the VA 60 years ago because he got better care in the private sector.
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