Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Security Reminder August 17, 2016

U.S. Embassy, Manila, Philippines Security Message for U.S. Citizens:  Security Reminder August 17, 2016 THE EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES IS TRANSMITTING THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS A PUBLIC SERVICE TO U.S. CITIZENS IN THE PHILIPPINES.  PLEASE DISSEMINATE THIS MESSAGE TO ALL U.S. CITIZENS IN YOUR ORGANIZATION OR NEIGHBORHOOD.  THANK YOU. 

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Malaria drug causes brain damage that mimics PTSD: case study

  The patient continued to be hobbled by his symptoms, eventually leaving the military on a medical discharge and questioning his abilities to function or take care of his children. It wasn’t until physicians took a hard look at his medical history, which included vertigo that began two months after his…

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Disabled veteran’s disability compensation belongs to the veteran.

Due to the dedication of one, of many disabled veterans, the strangle hold over illegal state court rulings, the court seizure of federally funded VA disability compensation benefits used illegally as alimony/support rulings in violation of 38 USC 5301 has finally been broken.

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VA Announces New Partnerships and Collaboration

Commitment is Part of the VA’s Expanded Strategic Partnership Efforts WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced partnerships and collaboration with Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, IBM and Bombas. The three, distinct, relationships are a part of the MyVA Strategic Partnership Initiative, which aims to work together with external…

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DAV’s response to Commission on Care

Statement of Garry J. Augustine, DAV Washington Executive Director On the Final Report and Recommendations of the Commission on Care   The Commission on Care’s final report confirms what we and others have been saying: VA provides high quality health care but has challenges providing access to all veterans seeking…

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