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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has announced that it is on track to eliminate the hepatitis C virus (HVC) in all Veterans willing and able to be treated. VA expects to reach the 100,000 Veterans cured mark.
Vietnam War era Veterans from all branches of services through Vietnam Lapel Pin and Presidential Proclamation issuing ceremonies held at VA clinics events in Dunkirk, Jamestown, and Allegany American Legion.
As the Nation honored the fallen at Pearl Harbor on December 7, VA Western New York Healthcare System in Buffalo, New York, recognized 104-year old Community Living Center resident and World War II Veteran, Sydney Cole.
A health equity workshop subtitled Weaving the Tapestry of Care on April 24, 2018, at Buffalo VA Medical Center’s Freedom Hall. The workshop brought over 75 National, local clinicians and patient advocates together.
For over 8 years, Rene Ehret has been working two shifts a week to stay busy, but more importantly, he says, to “interact with good people and do something truly worthwhile – preparing good food for veterans.”
Would you like to be a VA Volunteer? One of the reasons people volunteer is the opportunity to help others. For many VA volunteers, that passion is fulfilled by serving veterans; those who have done so much for others.
On March 1, 2018, VA Western New York Healthcare System hosted an outstanding veterans art show. Charles Brown’s incredibly detailed and vividly colored painting of a tiger was one of the art works displayed.