FILE- In this March 7, 2017, file photo, Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin addresses the House Veterans' Affairs Committee's hearing on the Veterans Affairs community care program on Capitol Hill in Washington. Shulkin on Thursday, April 13, pledged a top-down review at the local VA medical center after an urgent watchdog report warned that patients were being put at risk due to bad inventory practices from potentially dirty syringes to medical supply shortages.
FILE- In this March 7, 2017, file photo, Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin addresses the House Veterans' Affairs Committee's hearing on the Veterans Affairs community care program on Capitol Hill in Washington. Shulkin on Thursday, April 13, pledged a top-down review at the local VA medical center after an urgent watchdog report warned that patients were being put at risk due to bad inventory practices from potentially dirty syringes to medical supply shortages. Cliff Owen File AP Photo
FILE- In this March 7, 2017, file photo, Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin addresses the House Veterans' Affairs Committee's hearing on the Veterans Affairs community care program on Capitol Hill in Washington. Shulkin on Thursday, April 13, pledged a top-down review at the local VA medical center after an urgent watchdog report warned that patients were being put at risk due to bad inventory practices from potentially dirty syringes to medical supply shortages. Cliff Owen File AP Photo

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