“They are struggling. There have been so many different diseases that have developed because of this, yet so many soldiers — like Fred and his buddies — just thought it was the ‘Army beat down.’” Diane Slape said, referring to the normal wear and tear the body goes through in the Army. “We’re advocating to get these veterans the specialized care they need, whether it is from the VA, military medical if they are near a military installation or care from nearby specialists if they are too far from either.”
Life was good for Frederick T. Slape.
By Ben. Agande
Kaduna – At a time that many private and government hospitals in the country insist on cash deposit before attending to sick patients before treatment, one expects that any hospital that is committed to saving life by treating people without bothering on monetary commitment first should be commended..