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“When I came back from Vietnam through Seattle, Washington, I was cursed at, spit at and insulted,” said William Kuschick. “The event today was just another one of those tributes that was a long time coming."
The holidays are a time of giving, sharing and continuing traditions. At the Miami VA Healthcare System, VA employees continued a special tradition by “adopting” two Veterans and their families for the holidays.
Air Force Veteran Lisa Jeffery is a breast cancer survivor and testimony to the benefits of early detection. She hopes her story will help other women and encourage those battling breast cancer to keep fighting.
“This is truly life-changing, and I couldn’t be more delighted with this experience! We are so grateful.” Read how Telehealth helped Army Veteran Jeffrey Weinstock when it was time to replace his hearing aids.
Flu season will be here soon, which means it's time to think about flu shots. Beginning Sept. 21, the Miami VA Healthcare System will begin offering free flu shots for enrolled Veterans at all its outpatient clinics.
Navy Veteran Patricia Estivene was feeling overwhelmed. She recently found out she was pregnant but didn’t know how to begin planning for her baby. She found support and peace of mind at Miami VA’s first baby shower.
Hugs can help people relieve stress, feel safe and connect with others. There were lots of free hugs and smiles to go around on Thursday when the Human Hug Project visited the Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center in Miami.