[NYT] Service Members Are Left in Dark on Health Errors

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"Service Member's Are Left in Dark on Health Errors. Sharon LaFraniere, APRIL 19, 2015-

FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Lt. Col. Chad Gallagher was T. J. Moore’s squadron leader when the 19yearold recruit arrived for basic training last spring at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. He was watching at the quartermile track nine days later when Mr. Moore, on an easy mileandahalf test run, collapsed at the finish line and was rushed to a hospital. And he was in Indiana shortly afterward to deliver a sorrowful eulogy at Mr. Moore’s funeral. “He had tears in his eyes,” Mr. Moore’s mother, Anita Holmes, said in an interview at her home here. “He said, ‘I didn’t do enough to protect T. J.’ ” A year later, Ms. Holmes says she still does not know what Colonel Gallagher meant by that..." http://nyti.ms/1OvQlHY


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It took a year of telling the VA remicade wasn't working as it should. I just hope once the remaining amount leaves my system my arthritic pain goes too. This is becoming too common of doctors not listening and treating a person's care as buisness. You become a doctor to help. They have an oath but many go the way side and ignore it.
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