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**FILE** Iraq War veteran James G. Elliott sits alone following his testimony of his experiences while taking the smoking cessation drug Chantix, before a House Committee on Veterans' Affairs at the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill on July 9, 2008, for a hearing titled "Why Does the VA Continue to Give a Suicide-Inducing Drug to Veterans with PTSD?" (The Washington Times)
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**FILE** Iraq War veteran James G. Elliott sits alone following his testimony of his experiences while taking the smoking cessation drug Chantix, before a House Committee on Veterans' Affairs at the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill on July 9, 2008, for a hearing titled "Why Does the VA Continue to Give a Suicide-Inducing Drug to Veterans with PTSD?" (The Washington Times)

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