VA Health Care: Status of VA's Approach in Conducting the National Vietnam Veterans Longitudinal Study

May 2010
GAO Reports;5/5/2010, p1
Government Documents
The article focuses on the research funded by Veterans Health Administration which examines the specific health conditions suffered by veterans. It mentions the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experienced by Vietnam veterans, Operation Enduring Freedom veterans, and Operation Iraqi veterans. It further discloses the use of the attempt National Vietnam Veterans Longitudinal Study (NVVLS) follow up study to determine the effort of Veterans Affairs (VA) to address the problems.


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