March 2011
PN;Mar2011, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p73
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The article highlights various activities geared towards veterans in the U.S. A new research center for rehabilitation of veterans has been dedicated on the campus of the Providence VA Medical Center in Rhode Island. A commemorative ring is given to participants of the 30th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in Colorado. The Office of Research and Development has partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and veterans to build a database of health information for veterans.


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