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Fred Swallow, an Iraq veteran who was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury, said the VA should be doing more for those living in rural areas.

For veterans in rural areas, care hard to reach

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / April 29, 2007

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The federal Department of Veterans Affairs is struggling and often failing to do right by the many veterans with serious combat injuries who need closely supervised care but live in remote areas, a Globe review has found. (Full article: 3076 words)

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