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(Studio: David French) Decades after Vietnam War, death rate of women veterans is being studies.
(Capitol Hill, Washington: Jamie McIntyre) Estimated 9,000 women veterans served; Rate of certain cancers twice as much as regular women; Department of Veterans Affairs ordered study; May be related to lifestyle of occupational risks; Health care for women who served in military is sorely lacking; Many women think they are not qualified for veteran care. [Interviews with Patricia SCHROEDER, Representative (D) Colorado; Dr. Susan MATHER, Veterans Administration; Diani DANIS, National Women Veterans Conference.]
- McIntyre, Jamie
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