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Preserve Our Legacy

“Congress, the President, and the American people must not begin to erode the system of care available to veterans and their families.”

—IAVA Policy Agenda

With the expected end of the war in Afghanistan, the country must continue investments to ready the system of care for veterans and their families. Research shows that a significant percentage of new veterans have invisible injuries such as TBI or PTSD. The military’s use of burn pits has already impacted the health of new veterans, but little is known about the long-term effects of this exposure. The lasting needs of new veterans are still not fully understood and will only be revealed as research continues and more veterans return home.



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