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Does Veteran Affairs offer health services to veterans with MS?

In addition to general health services available for veterans, a number of services are available specifically for veterans with multiple sclerosis (MS). In fact, some of those services are available to non­veterans as well.

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs recognizes multiple sclerosis as a devastating condition. The Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence are dedicated to furthering understanding of multiple sclerosis, its effect on veterans and promoting effective treatments to help manage MS symptoms. Its website offers news and topics not only for veterans but anyone suffering from MS.

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