Veterans' access to brain trauma care would improve under proposal

Thousands of veterans will have easier access to compensation and health care for illnesses tied to traumatic brain injury under new regulations proposed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. The proposed expanded benefits include treatment and compensation for veterans with depression, unprovoked seizures, some dementias, Parkinsonism and hormone deficiency diseases affecting the hypothalamus, adrenal or pituitary glands.

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