Before Reading Another Veterans
Affairs (VA) Horror Story
I can only answer for myself.
The VA health care system saved my life. I have Post Traumatic Stress from the Vietnam War. Over the past 12 years, the VA
PTSD doctors, therapists and nurses have been great. They openly supported me as my own state government discriminated, exacerbated
and openly used my PTSD disability, especially the stigma of PTSD against me. They did this in order to desparately
save the reputation of a narcissist, high level state government official Robert Correale, Esq. and his extremely, powerful
and influential state government division.
Truly caring, dedicated VA professionals stood by me as my own politicians
and court officials tagged-team me. If it was not for the VA, my state government and my PTSD disability could have gotten
the best of me...
You can read more below.
I'm answering for myself... God Bless the VA's health care
staff. The paper pushers must be something else.
Whistle-blower says VA ignored data that could have helped
suicidal, sick veterans
The highest-level whistle-blower ever to come forward at the Department of Veterans Affairs is leveling
accusations of serious ethical lapses, claiming an agency intentionally manipulated and suppressed data which resulted in
veterans -- particularly suicidal veterans -- being denied critical care.
whistle-blower, Steven Coughlin, was a senior epidemiologist at the VA and lead author on two of the biggest studies the VA
has conducted on veterans of the Gulf, Iraq and Afghanistan wars. His claims concern the VA's Office of Public Health.