Veteran Healthcare Site Spotlights Breast Cancer National Awareness Month for October 2016

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Unfortunately, even with today’s advancement in medicine and technology Breast Cancer is still a major epidemic. Both males and females are susceptible, and is providing free information to help veterans and their families., subsidiary of, the largest website reuniting U.S. military veterans, is spotlighting Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which coincides with the rest of the nation. continues its mission to help veterans review and find the best VA healthcare facilities in the country while providing information on health, wellness and more.

Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women and 1 in a 1000 men. Unfortunately even with today’s modern medicine this is still a major epidemic that is on the rise. The sooner it is detected the better the chance of positive outcomes. provides information on exams, symptoms, treatment and support groups. Additionally, visitors can find links to community activities and fundraising events.

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Bringing attention to important issues like Breast Cancer awareness is a main goal of, to help veterans find help, early detection, VA hospital resources and support.

Launched in 2015, continues its mission to help veterans review and find the best VA healthcare facilities in the country. is a free nationwide online database of VA Hospitals with ratings and reviews provided by active military, veterans and their families. The interactive website allows veterans to share their experiences, rate their local VA hospitals and clinics and to help improve and provide awareness to Veterans Affairs facilities nationwide.

For further information and/or interview opportunities please contact at: (843) 606-2578 or support(at)VAratings(dot)com.

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