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D. R. Crews

A Most Important Veterans' Health Care Issue
By D.R. Crews
Aug 25, 2009 - 4:16:40 PM

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You are a person who deeply and fully appreciates and is thankful for all that America's military veterans have done for our country and for freedoms. There is a veterans' health care issue that we all need to be concerned about. It concerns the starting point of the demise of a substantial number of Veterans Administration Medical Centers. It is set to begin at the Fort Howard, Maryland VAMC, and there is no foreseeable ending to it.

Please read this Baltimore Sun article about it, and then my comment to it.
 
http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bal-md.fthoward20aug20,0,7869312.story

© David Robert Crews {a.k.a. ursusdave}
http://davidrobertcrews.blogspot.com/2007/02/decline-of-too-many-health-care.html

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