A Medication Education

June 2010
PN;Jun2010, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p10
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In this article, the author offers suggestions to the members of the organisation Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) on how to deal with the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) Healthcare System. He states the prosthetics and pharmacy cause more problem to veterans. He suggests a website address which will help members in getting assistance regarding right medications and other problems. He also argues that VA medical center must have a nonformulary request process.


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