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Helpful Resources for Veterans

Why Every Veteran Should Get Screened for Lung Cancer

The Crucial Importance of Lung Cancer Screening

Why A Lung Cancer Screening is Easier Than You Think!

Hear from a Navy Veteran and a VA Doctor

Jim Pantelas, a Navy Veteran, has been living with lung cancer for 18 years. He is very well aware of the increased risks for lung cancer for Veterans and is a avid advocate for lung cancer screening for Vets. Dr. Drew Moghanaki is a radiation oncologist at UCLA Health and Staff Physician at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.

Get Screening Information on Sites used by Veterans and Support Organizations

VA Video Connect is a platform that allows Veterans and their caregivers to meet virtually with their VA healthcare teams on any computer, tablet, or mobile device with an internet connection. 

Contact Ask VA with questions about your health care and benefits (including the GI Bill). Questions, updates, and documents can be submitted online.

Learn about the VA chatbot and ask a question: Veterans can also use the VA chatbot to get information about VA benefits and services. The chatbot won’t connect you with a person, but it can show you where to go on to find answers to some common questions.