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Denise Nichols, the vice president of the National Gulf Battle Resource Center, says the VA is normally blaming a coding error for the mistake. Letters dated Aug. 12 were intended to notify veterans who have Lou Gehrig’s disease of disability benefits available to them. Calls to the VA weren’t immediately returned Monday. Lou Gehrig’s disease, or ALS, is a quickly progressive disease that attacks the nerve cells responsible for controlling voluntary muscles.. 1,200 Vets Wrongly Told THEY WILL HAVE ALS At least 1,200 veterans across the country have already been mistakenly told by the Veterans Administration that they suffer from a fatal neurological disease. One of the leaders of a Gulf Battle veterans group says panicked veterans from Alabama, Florida, Kansas, NEW YORK, West Virginia and Wyoming possess contacted the combined group about the mistake.I am proud that Bob is receiving this award.’ Beardsley received the Excellent Teaching Award for the School of Pharmacy on three different occasions, along with the Recognition Award from both learning student Government Association and the Class of 2005. His passion for excellence transcends the classroom as he evolves innovative curriculum and organizes strategic preparing and teaching retreats for pharmacy instructors. He took energetic parts in two revisions of the School’s PharmD curriculum, and was chosen by AACP as you of four authors to create the White Paper on Student Professionalism and to seat the joint APhA ASP-AACP Task Force on Professionalism that revised the Oath of the Pharmacist and made the Pledge of Professionalism.