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Nicholas Bartolomeo, who served three tours with the Marines in Iraq and now works at VA's Center of Innovation on Disability and Rehabilitation Research in Gainesville, Fla., demonstrates a driving simulator used in research at the center.

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Afghanistan/Iraq Veterans

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Restoring ill and injured Veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to their highest level of functioning when they return home is an important challenge facing VA researchers... Learn more

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A greater role for pharmacists?

A greater role for pharmacists?

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VA's Dr. Timothy Wilt and colleagues reviewed 63 published studies to learn whether pharmacists could play a greater role in managing chronic diseases such as high blood pressure. Read more from UPI.

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