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Lawrence, Florida

I served four years in the Air Force from April 1966 until March 1970. When I was discharged my first SGT told me to be sure to use my VA benefits in the future. Three years ago I tried to get just a simple eye exam. I submitted the paperwork at a VA facility. 10 days...

Pat, Florida

I took control of the way that my VA treats me by only accepting to see or be seen by clinicians who are polite or want the best for me. I do not put up with whining or complaining, because it drives me nuts and is useless. Make the best experience with your attitude...

Tim, Florida

When I retired after a total of 45 years of government service, I applied for VA medical benefits and was told I made too much money. Although I was a Vietnam era veteran, I did not serve in a combat zone, so even after those 20 years, I wasn’t eligible for...

Douglas, Florida

I am a Vietnam veteran with exposure to Agent Orange. My PSA began to rise. My VA could not see me for 2 plus months and does not offer state-of-the-art-treatment. I chose treatment through the Choice Act, and was diagnosed with and treated for prostate cancer. The...

Bob, Florida

In early 2015, I went to a VA clinic on a Friday with a bad cough and fever. I was told to go home and take Robitussen. I asked for Tami-Flu and was told my temperature wasn’t high enough. On Monday, I went to a hospital emergency room and was diagnosed with...

David, Florida

My trouble with VA started in day one. The local VA service organization made many errors on my FDC. My local VA rejected my FDC. I sought help from Congressman Jeff Miller, who got my application back on track. In Oct 2016 I had my CP exam at a JACC. The...