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“They served, they deserve the best care anywhere. It is everyone’s responsibility to take care of women Veteran,” said Omayra Cruz, physician and women champion advocate in San Juan VA Medical Center.
A kidney disease can affect your body’s ability to clean your blood and filter excess water out of it, and help control the blood pressure. The most common causes for kidney diseases are diabetes and high blood pressure.
June was the National HIV Awareness Month, however, HIV should be in people's minds all year long. For many people living a life with HIV can be difficult since there are so many myths related to the illness...
Did you know that VA provides care for those with Hepatitis C? Now that you know, feel free to learn more of how the VA can help you improve your quality of life! Don't become a victim of this virus, get treatment today!
The Veterans Affairs Caribbean Healthcare System (VACHS) and the Puerto Rico Legal Services Office reaches agreement that will benefit low income, homeless and qualifying Veterans to receive legal advice at no cost.