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Veterans Choice Program Will Get Better, VA's Shulkin Says

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Renee Montagne talks to David Shulkin, under secretary for Health at the Department of Veterans Affairs, about the VA's plans to fix Veterans Choice, which allows some veterans to see private doctors.

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