Vietnam War veterans Jesse McClurkin of Chester, left, and Howard Deaver of Clover are among about two dozen local veterans have petitioned the federal government to increase the amount of therapy they receive for post traumatic stress disorder at the local VA Outpatient Clinic after a counselor resigned because clinic officials shortened therapy sessions from 45 to 25 minutes.
Vietnam War veterans Jesse McClurkin of Chester, left, and Howard Deaver of Clover are among about two dozen local veterans have petitioned the federal government to increase the amount of therapy they receive for post traumatic stress disorder at the local VA Outpatient Clinic after a counselor resigned because clinic officials shortened therapy sessions from 45 to 25 minutes.
Vietnam War veterans Jesse McClurkin of Chester, left, and Howard Deaver of Clover are among about two dozen local veterans have petitioned the federal government to increase the amount of therapy they receive for post traumatic stress disorder at the local VA Outpatient Clinic after a counselor resigned because clinic officials shortened therapy sessions from 45 to 25 minutes.

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November 05, 2007 11:44 PM

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